Camille Cosby is scheduled to be quizzed by attorney Joseph Cammarata, who is representing the women, in Springfield, Massachusetts on Wednesday (06Jan16), after failing to prove that she and her husband of over 50 years were protected by the state's marital disqualification law, and therefore couldn't be deposed.

The veteran actor's lawyers have previously insisted Camille, who is also her husband's business partner, has no information about the accuracy of the allegations against Bill, who stands accused of acting inappropriately with the plaintiffs in decades-old incidents.

The emergency motion, obtained by, reads in part: "Upon review of the Magistrate's order, Mrs. Cosby immediately informed plaintiffs that she intended to appeal the order to the District Court, and asked if plaintiffs would agree to postpone the deposition during the pendency of the appeal.

"Plaintiffs refused and, among other things, threatened to seek the assistance of federal marshals to compel Mrs. Cosby's deposition on January 6. Accordingly, Mrs. Cosby brings this emergence motion to stay her deposition so that the District Court may have a full opportunity to review the Magistrate's order."

A judge has yet to rule on the latest filing.

The women joined forces for the defamation suit last year (15), claiming Bill allowed his representatives to portray them as liars after they went public with their sex assault allegations against him at the end of 2014 and in early 2015.

Bill has filed a countersuit, accusing the females of making false allegations for financial gain.

Camille has stood by her embattled husband throughout the sex scandal, which hit headlines again last week (ends01Jan16), when he was officially charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in a separate incident in 2004 at his home near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His lawyers have called the charges unjustified.