Judd Apatow on Bill Cosby Assault Revelations: "Will Silence Continue?"

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"It's a very sad situation," the director tweeted after newly unsealed court documents showed Cosby admitted to getting Quaaludes in order to give them to women for sex.

One of Bill Cosby's biggest detractors is continuing to speak out.

Judd Apatow reacted to the revelation Monday that Cosby testified during a 2005 deposition that he had once procured Quaaludes with the intention of giving them to women with whom he wanted to have sex.

Apatow, who has been criticizing Cosby ever since allegations first surfaced that the comedian sexually assaulted multiple women, tweeted his dissatisfaction that the comedian has not faced more considerable backlash for the alleged crimes.

In March, Apatow said he wished Cosby were in jail.

"I'm just sad he's not in jail," Apatow told the Huffington Post. "I think when people do things like that they should pay the consequences."