Comedian Bill Cosby, the TV star once considered “America’s Dad” as per the beloved father figure he played on “The Cosby Show,” faced the toughest day of his life Tuesday when one of the myriads of women who has accused him of sexual assault testified in court during his criminal trial, describing in vivid detail what he allegedly did to her.
She claimed that when she visited Cosby’s home in 2004 to discuss the stress she felt over jettisoning her career as a women’s basketball coach to become a massage therapist, the then-acclaimed actor and comedian offered 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.'”
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He then allegedly guided her to a couch and had her lie down for some time.
From there, Constand gave a damning testimony of what happened next, claiming she awoke to find Cosby molesting her and forcing her to touch him sexually.
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