Comedian Bill Cosby used to be considered “America’s Dad,” but now he is better known for dating raping women.
Cosby has little to look forward to these days as he faces a massive legal trial near the end of his life.
One of the women who is accusing him of sexual assault, said when she visited his house in 2004 to discuss the stress she was feeling after giving up on her career as a women’s basketball coach, Cosby responded by offering her three pills.
“He opened his hand and he had three blue pills in his hand,” former Temple University basketball coach Andrea Constand, 44, testified Tuesday, according to The Daily Beast. “He said, ‘These will help you relax’. I said, ‘What are they — are they herbal?’ and he nodded his head and he said, ‘They’re your friends.’”
What Constand said next is truly horrifying. She described how Cosby got her to lay down on his couch.
“I wasn’t able to — in my head — I wasn’t able to move my hands and those messages didn’t get there. I wanted it to stop.”
She said she ended up spending the night on Cosby’s couch.
“I felt really humiliated and confused,” she concluded. “I just wanted to go home.”
Conservative Tribune reports:
What occurred afterward remains in dispute. Cosby’s defense attorney argued that Constand spent nearly a year researching lawyers before finally reporting the incident to police in January of the following year.
They also noted that though she initially told investigators that the assault occurred in March of 2004, she later amended the date to January.
In an attempt to prove the veracity of Constand’s allegations, prosecutors then brought in her mother, who testified that after her daughter told her what happened nearly a year after the original incident occurred, she immediately phoned Cosby and left him a message, as reported by NBC.
When he finally called back, he allegedly admitted to some of the allegations but tried to lead her “to believe that it was consensual, or that it was OK by her” daughter, mother Gianna Constand testified.
“He is telling me everything he physically did to her,” she added. “He said he was touching her breasts, and he said to me, ‘But don’t worry, mom, there was no penile penetration, just digital penetration.’”
Cosby’s defense argued that Constant wanted it due to the fact that she kept in contact with Cosby after the incident.
Constant responded, saying it was too difficult to speak about.
“It was a very big burden on me, but … I did not have the courage at the time to tell my family, so I just went along with them.”
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