In a CNN interview, Ebonee Benson said the meetings are meant to restore Cosby's legacy, not discuss sexual assault.
Tuesday's court hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court took place less than two weeks after Cosby's criminal trial for sexual assault in Pennsylvania ended in a mistrial, when a jury failed to reach a unanimous verdict.
Their interview resulted in an outcry over the plans for the town halls.
Constand's is the sole criminal case against the comedian, after more than fifty women have accused him of sexual assault or harassment; numerous alleged assaults have exceeded the statute of limitations.
A mistrial was declared June 17 on charges Cosby drugged and molested Andrea Constand, the former Temple University director of women's basketball, at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004. "He would never do anything that undermined the importance of this issue".
Days after Bill Cosby's representatives said he was planning on touring the country and appearing at town halls to speak with young people about sexual assault, one of those same representatives says that is not the case. "I don't see him speaking publicly like that".
Judy Huth has accused Cosby, 79, of giving her alcohol and then sexually abusing her around 1974 when she was 15 years old at the Los Angeles mansion famed for hedonistic parties.
"Ms. Huth is committed to this civil case, no matter the result of the criminal case against Mr. Cosby", Allred told reporters Tuesday outside a Santa Monica, California courthouse. Cosby faces a number of civil lawsuits in addition to the potential retrial of his criminal case.
A hearing is scheduled Tuesday in Santa Monica to set a trial date in a lawsuit accusing him of sexually assaulting a teen at the Playboy Mansion more than 40 years ago.
"I am confident that he does want to come back, be in the public performing, and I think since the mistrial and the hung jury he has received a lot of demands from people who want to hear him, people who support him, people who still believe in him".
Still, she said she doesn't imagine there will be a town hall in July in Birmingham, Alabama, as his spokespeople said last week.