Bill Cosby's wife has finished giving evidence in a defamation case filed by seven women accusing the comedian of sexual assault.
Camille Cosby underwent more than five hours of questioning on her second and final day before lawyers in Boston.
The women claim Cosby portrayed them as liars after they made their allegations public.
They are among about 50 women who say Cosby forced them into unwanted sexual contact with him. The comedian denies all the allegations.
Mrs Cosby's lawyers said in a statement their client had "no relevant non-privileged information", adding they were "thankful for this distraction to now be over".
Last week Mrs Cosby's lawyers had asked the federal magistrate to prevent further questioning of their client.