A Pennsylvania jury has found entertainment icon Bill Cosby guilty of three accounts of sexual assault. The ‘I Spy’ and ‘The Cosby Show’ star was accused by a former Temple University employee of drugging her in 2004.
Bill Cosby's lawyer Tom Mesereau cross-examined alleged sexual assault victim Andrea Constand's testimonies against the actor during Friday's retrial. Mesereau was able to point out the inconsistencies in her previous statements from what she told the jurors.
Model Janice Dickinson gave light on what transpired one night in 1982 during her meeting with Bill Cosby. Her story echoed the other accuser's accounts, who claimed the actor drugged them first before doing malicious acts on them.
Bill Cosby's lawyer Tom Mesereau accused alleged victim Andrea Constand of being a 'con artist' who was after the actor for his money. Mesereau said that Constand framed Cosby for sexual assault to end her financial problems.
Bill Cosby paid Andrea Constand over $3 million to stop her from filing charges against him for drugging and sexually assaulting her. The prosecuting team revealed the previously confidential settlement to the jury during the actor's criminal retrial.
The latest updates on the upcoming Bill Cosby trial have been released. From a recap of last year's mistrial to a new witness who is in the spotlight, here are the details about the sexual assault case.