Camille Cosby has been forced to testify in a defamation lawsuit brought against her husband, Bill, by seven of his accusers.
Camille, who has been married to the comedian for more than 50 years, tried to fight the subpoena claiming it be "an undue burden on her and invade her rights to privacy."
But a judge has ruled she must give a deposition Wednesday.
She'll be grilled about her husband's quote "sexual proclivities” and whether or not she ever "procured drugs for him."
Last week, Bill Cosby took to Twitter following his arrest on sexual assault charges on New Year’s Eve.
Friends and fans, Thank You.— Bill Cosby (@BillCosby) January 1, 2016
His message was met by a barrage of scorn.
One person wrote: “I get the friends and fans Bill, but what do you say to the victims?” Another added: “What about all of us ex-fans with common sense and respect for women?”
Some are even asking if he's faking his apparent blindness.
Cosby's attorney claims he suffers from glaucoma and keratoconus, which is a condition that changes the shape of the cornea. Last week, he needed help to walk into court and was holding a cane, which he later used to feel his way along the sidewalk.
But a video from two months ago shows him walking on stage unassisted.
INSIDE EDITION asked optometrist Dr. Jacob Nachum to take a closer look at his mugshot and he says the cloudiness over the right eye suggests Cosby is going blind.
He said: “Keratoconus causes a distortion in the cornea and allows fluid to enter the eye and cloud the surface.”
Cosby denies all accusations of misconduct.