Andrea Constand’s mother took the stand on Wednesday and told the court how Bill Cosby allegedly revealed in explicit detail how he sexually assaulted her daughter.
In a phone call recorded by Gianna Constand, Cosby is heard trying to buy her and her daughter’s silence with an offer of helping Andrea establish herself as a sports broadcaster or paying for graduate school and travel.
She told the court about a series of phone calls that began with a harrowing call from her daughter on the morning of January 16 when Constand called her mother as she drove to work and uttered the words: ‘Mom he drugged me and he raped me.’
Questioned by prosecutor Brian Steele Mrs Constand recalled how, after hearing her daughter’s account, she demanded she hand over Cosby’s telephone number.
Mrs Constand told the court: ‘I wanted to know what medication he had given my daughter.’
She said: ‘She was scared. I was too but I think the motherly instinct kicked in.’
Andrea Constand (pictured arriving at court on Wednesday) has changed her sworn testimony after phone records proved she could not have been drugged and unconscious on the day she claimed actor Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her
Day three: Constand’s mother testified today and told the court Cosby had explained to her explicit detail how he allegedly sexually assaulted her daughter
The 44-year-old was smiling as she walked into the courthouse, a day after she tearfully testified in the criminal case against the man she considered her mentor
Gianna Constand, mother of accuser Andrea Constand, takes the stand in this court sketch
Mrs Constand called Cosby who returned her call later that day. When asked what medication he had given Constand he told her mother he would have to check the prescription bottles and but that he could not read the labels.
Mrs Constand said: ‘He promised me he was going to send me the name of the medication. He said “I want you to put Andrea on the line” so Andrea was right there she picked up the extension. So the three of us were on the phone
‘So Mr Cosby is having this conversation with Andrea saying to her, “Well Andrea lets tell your mother what happened.”‘
Speaking quickly and clasping and unclasping her hands Mrs Constand continued: ‘He’s going ahead and he’s telling me everything he physical did to her.
End of Day Three: Bill Cosby, center, departs Montgomery County Courthouse alongside Sheila Frazier and his spokesman Andrew Wyatt
On Wednesday Andrea Constand’s mother told the court Cosby allegedly attempted to buy their silence after she confronted him about the assault
‘He said that he was touching her breast and he said to me. He called me mom throughout the conversation. He said, “Don’t worry mom there was no penile penetration just digital penetration” and he was talking to me almost as if he was trying to lead me to believe that it was consensual. Manipulating it.’
Mrs Constand grimaced at the memory as she continued: ‘He said I feel bad telling you this. I feel like it sounds like I’m a perverted person.’
To this point, Mrs Constand said, her daughter had not told her in any detail what had taken place that night.
She said: ‘I learned it more from the defendant than I did from her. He said to me mom she even had an orgasm.’
According to Mrs Constand: ‘Our conversation continued a very long time. I kept asking him why did you do that do Andrea. You and Andrea were friends why would you drug her?’
Gianna Constand also told the court that Cosby apologized to Andrea and her mother after she confronted him
Bill Cosby, third left, listens to Sheila Frazier, second left, and Frazier’s husband John Atchison, left, as she speaks with members of the media
The telephone conversation lasted more than two hours during which Mrs Constand said she said Cosby attempted to evade and manipulate and referred to himself as a ‘sick man.’
But Mrs Constand said she had ‘zero tolerance’ for ‘story-telling’ and ‘game-playing.’
Eventually she said ‘he surrendered.’
Mrs Constand recalled: ‘He said okay what can I do and what can I do for Andrea. I said Andrea will need therapy. He was willing to pay for it. He said “If there’s anything I can do…” I said the only thing I want from you is an apology.’
At which point, she testified, Cosby said, ‘I apologize to Andrea and I apologize to you mom.’
Earlier today, Andrea (sketched) changed her sworn testimony when she discovered that her own phone records proved that she could not possibly have been drugged and unconscious on the date
Constand’s accusations were challenged by a defense attorney during another round of intense cross-examination Wednesday morning
Cosby’s voice was clear in the tape as it played out in court on Wednesday. He was heard offering to pay for Andrea’s schooling
Speaking later Mrs Constand said, ‘I wished that I had recorded it.’
Mrs Constand did record a later conversation – played to the court – in which Cosby offered to pay for Andrea’s education should she want to go to graduate school and asked Mrs Constand to find out if Andrea would still like to pursue a career in sports broadcasting.
Cosby’s voice was clear in the tape as it played out in court. He told Mrs Constand: ‘It’s important because if you find out exactly what she would like to still pursue…if you feel she could go to school because she’s got to go to school she’s got to hone those skills. If she wanted to do that then I would be willing to meet with you guys and lay out what [you] think is the best…Pay for the schooling and whatever, as long as she maintains a 3.0 average.’
At one point Mrs Constand, to whom the courtroom clearly warmed, placed her hand over her face and wept as the strain of the situation, the memories and the reality of what her daughter had told her proved too much.
She was handed a tissue by a court official and whispered to prosecutor Brian Steele ‘I just need to get my composure.’
Earlier she had told the court that, in the weeks following Constand’s return to Canada following her departure from Temple University, she had noticed a dramatic change in her daughter both physically and emotionally.
Gloria Allred, who represented dozens of the women who accused Cosby of sexual assault, was briefly kicked out of the court room on Wednesday after she her cellphone rang during the proceeding
She said that Constand had developed physical ticks, would glaze over when watching TV with the family and would often scream out during the night, waking in a sweat from the nightmares that plagued her.
Yet despite her evident emotion Mrs Constand was robust under cross-examination. She utterly rejected defense attorney Angela Agrusa’s suggestion that Mr Cosby’s apology was not for a sexual assault but rather for the fact that he, as a married man, had had a relationship with Constand that had upset them both.
Agrusa said: ‘And when he said that he was sorry, you believed at that point that he was in a relationship with Andrea? He was sorry that you were upset?
Mrs Constand was forceful in her incredulous reply: ‘No I don’t. He was sorry at what he did.’
Earlier today, Andrea changed her sworn testimony when she discovered that her own phone records proved that she could not possibly have been drugged and unconscious on the date she claimed Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her.
The comedian, who was only accompanied by his spokesperson on Tuesday, appeared to be in higher spirits on Wednesday
Cosby and Frazier were on screen together in the 1978 comedy California Suite, which also starred Jane Fonda and Alan Alda
Constand’s accusations were challenged by defense attorney Angela Agrusa during another round of intense cross-examination Wednesday morning.
In January 2005, Constand first reported the alleged assault. She informed police in Canada – her home country to which she had by then returned – that the assault had taken place following a meal with Central High School representatives at a Chinese restaurant.
Cosby, the man who she regarded as a trusted friend and mentor, invited her to that meal which took place on March 16, 2004.
But telephone records, projected onto a white screen for the jury, showed that during the time frame that Constand had claimed to have been unconscious and assaulted she made a slew of calls – late into the night, including calls placed to Cosby.
Directing the jury to the phone records, Agrusa stated: ‘On March 16 at 6.30 in the morning you put a call to your friend Sherry (Williams) at 6.30 correct? And then at 6.58 that’s a call you placed to Mr Cosby and then you tried him again at 7 a.m.
‘And at some point you go to that Central High Dinner. But if you look at line 291 you call Mr Cosby at 9.45 p.m. and then not even six minutes later you call Sherry Williams that same night.
Detective Dave Mason gave Andrea Constand’s (left) her first account of her sexual assault to the court on Tuesday. Constand told the officer that Cosby had given her blue pills that made her feel sleepy and turned her legs to ‘jelly’
Constand had considered Cosby, then a trustee of Temple University where she worked as Director of Basketball, a mentor and friend
‘And then in fact you called Sherry again less than a minute later didn’t you? And in fact four minutes later you called Sherry Williams again didn’t you and this time you talked to her for about 12 minutes.
‘This is the night March 16 that you were drugged and unconscious in Mr Cosby’s home at about 9.15, 9.30 and you make a call to Mr Cosby to Sherry to Sherry and that same night at 10.06 p.m. and at 10.13 p.m. and you’re on the phone once again at 10.06.’
Her voice rising, Agrusa came to her point: ‘At the very time you told police you were drugged and unconscious you were on the phone making multiple phone calls.
‘But you were passed out? There was no way you were making those calls.’
Rounding on Constand she said: ‘You weren’t drugged that night were you? You weren’t sexually assaulted on March 16 were you?’
‘No ma’am,’ Constand replied.
Constand appeared calm and composed, smiling occasionally at the jury, acknowledging members of her camp in the courtroom.
Constand’s accusations were challenged by defense attorney Angela Agrusa (pictured) during another round of intense cross-examination Wednesday morning
Throughout her questioning Agrusa made a concerted effort to recast Constand not as a victim, but as a materialistic woman who had embarked on an illicit relationship with Cosby for personal gain then accused him in an act tantamount to extortion.
She repeatedly attempted to cast doubt on Constand’s timeline and reinterpret encounters that Constand had recalled as uncomfortable and unwelcome as romantic liaisons that Constand had initially concealed from police.
Constand made her first report to Durham County Police in Canada on January 13. At the time she told them that the assault had taken place after the dinner and that she had known Cosby only six months and never spent time alone with him one-on-one.
Speaking just days later, on January 22 to Cheltenham Township Police in Pennsylvania, Constand had changed her story, according to Agrusa because, during the intervening days she had discovered that her timeline did not work.
She said: ‘So now six days later you tell the investigators it wasn’t after dinner. “He called me on the cell phone because we’d been in touch, he knew I was busy with my job and changing my career to massage therapy, he knew broadcasting was no longer an option, he know I was going to school for massage therapy.”
Agrusa also pointed to the fact that Constand now admitted to having spent time with Cosby alone prior to that night, detailing the first evening Constand claimed to have spent at Cosby’s home.
She said: ‘You also told Montgomery County Detectives and the police that in addition to drinking wine you had brandy you were sipping.
‘And that Mr Cosby, “reached over and he touched my pants and my inner thigh and was coming very close and he was touching my clothes and my waist and my inner thigh.”
‘So on that night – that first encounter that you have in Mr Cosby’s home – he invited you into his home, a fire was going in the fireplace. And you sat down in front of the fire on the couch and you ate your dinner.
‘And then he came and sat next to you and you were sitting side by side and the room was dark and there was a nice mood in the room.’
The comedian was seen walking in to court with only his spokesperson by his side. Yesterday, he was accompanied by his former Cosby Show daughter Keshia Knight Pulliam
At this point, Judge O’Neill intervened to point out that he could not find any such words in the statement that he too was following.
Agrusa persisted: ‘And the lights were dim and the fire was going..’
Unruffled and calm Constand responded: ‘I don’t remember how dim the lights were but I did have to eat my dinner so…’
Hammering home her point regarding Constand’s inconsistencies Agrusa stated: ‘March 16 is an important date in this case. It went from being the night you were drugged and assaulted, to the night you thought about how you were going to confront Mr Cosby.’
In her later statements Constand told police that the evening of the Central High School dinner she had intended to confront Mr Cosby to demand that he tell her what pills he had given her.
Cosby scandal timeline
2002: Basketball coach Andrea Constand meets Bill Cosby
March 2004: Constand alleges Cosby gave her ‘blue pills to help her relax’ at his home. Cosby insists the sex was consensual
January 2005: Constand’s mother calls Cosby to confront him about he alleged assault
January 26, 2005: Cosby is interviewed with his lawyer about the allegations by police on Pennsylvania
February 2005: DA decides against prosecuting Cosby for the assault
March 2005: Constand takes a civil case against Cosby
July 2006: Civil case settled
July 2015: Prosecutors reopen Constand case as it was still within the statute of limitations
June 2017: Cosby goes on trial accused of sexual assault
Determined to push the notion that Constand had a relationship with Cosby that she sought to conceal form police Agrusa asked if she had changed her hairstyle for Mr Cosby and if she remembered him giving her a $225 blowdryer so she could wear it in the straightened style that he preferred.
Constand acknowledged that she may have had her hair cut and straightened after a conversation with Cosby but claimed that it was only for head shots that he recommended she get.
Constand bombarded Bill Cosby with a slew of telephone calls to his homes in Pennsylvania, New York City and Massachusetts for months following the alleged sexual assault despite telling police she had ceased all contact.
According to telephone records seen in court today Constand called Cosby at least 53 times between January and the end of March 2004.
Under aggressive cross-examination which stretched into a second day, Cosby’s defense attorney Angela Agrusa highlighted the numerous phone calls that took place at all hours – often late into the night – and often multiple times a day.
She also asked Constand if Cosby had given her gifts of ‘three cashmere sweaters, perfume and an expensive hairdryer.’
Constand replied, ‘Yes.’
Asked if Constand had gifted Cosby, ‘two shirts, hats, a long-sleeved Temple shirt, incense and bath-salts’ Constand again responded, ‘Yes.’
Earlier Agrusa had established that Constand had received tickets to see Cosby perform in Canada in August 2004 – tickets for which, Constand said, ‘her family had been asking a while.’
Five months before Constand made her allegations of assault, her mother, father and father’s friend attended the show. Her mother brought Cosby a gift of a Roots shirt but, Agrusa said, ‘Mr Cosby didn’t greet your family did he?…And he didn’t come out and meet your family after the show did he?
‘Your mother had an aide pass the gift backstage to him and Mr Cosby didn’t call to thank you. Did he?’
Agrusa then claimed that Constand had once again sought to get tickets to a show Cosby was giving in Canada that December – just one month before she made her assault allegations.
She said; ‘On December 9, 2004 late in the evening, 23.26 you called Mr Cosby’s New York number and then just another minute later at 23.27 you tried him again. And then one day later again, late at night, this time at 10.08 you placed a call to Mr Cosby’s New York number and you never got a return call did you?
Constand acknowledged she did not. ‘And you never got tickets to the show?’ Again Constand said, ‘No.’
But in an energetic re-direct prosecutor Kristin Feden sought to dismantle the defense on every pillar of their argument.
The telephone records, she argued, told only a partial story. In reality the vast majority of Constand’s telephone calls to Cosby were made as return calls to ones placed and messages left by Cosby.
Further, Feden pointed out, not a single call was exchanged between the date of Constand’s departure from Temple University – after which she was no longer professional beholden to Cosby as a Trustee – and August when her family acquired tickets to his Canada performance.
Cosby, who seemed to be in high spirits on the first day of trial, appeared more stony-faced on Tuesday
All smiles: Bill Cosby and his team walk from the Montgomery County Courthouse during his sexual assault trial on Tuesday
Feden asked Constand if, as the defense asserted, she had reviewed her cell phone records in the time between her first police statement and her later accounts when she changed the date of her assault from March 16 to some time between January and mid-February.
Her answer was a clear, ‘No.’
In fact the prosecution contends that police only pulled those records on 28 January – six days after Constand had already said she was mistaken in giving the date of 16 March.
As for Agrusa’s attempt to paint earlier encounters with Cosby as somehow consensual and romantic Kristin Feden asked Constand to read the answer she had given Montgomery County Detectives when asked the direct question ‘Was it a romantic time?’ Constand read in a clear and steady voice, ‘No it was not a romantic time.’
Andrea Constand walks from the courtroom after testifying at Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial
Feden said: ‘I hate to do this but I need to indicate to the jury where you have been consistent.’
Cross referencing between Constand’s sworn deposition and the statement she first gave to Canadian police on January 13 and later police in Montgomery County on January 22 and February 9, Feden outlined the narrative told by Constand on every single occasion – that Cosby had given her pills that he told her were herbal.
She stated: ‘In addition you told the police that you told the defendant what you were experiencing after you took the pills.
‘And that he assisted you to the couch after he gave you those pills…and…what he did to you once you were in that incapacitated state.
‘You [said] that he touched your breast, that he took your hand and put it on his penis, that he put his finger in your vagina (and) that you were unable to consent.’
Finally Feden asked Constand: ‘What was the one thing I asked you to do when we met (to discuss this case)?
Constand said: ‘Tell the truth.’
Feden asked: ‘And is that what you’ve done?’ Constand replied: ‘Yes.’
Constand finished giving testimony and left the stand shortly after 3 p.m.
Earlier this morning, Cosby was spotted walking hand-in-hand into court with onscreen co-star, Sheila Frazier.
Day two: Former Cosby Show actress Lili Bernard was seen arriving at Montgomery County Court Tuesday morning wearing a button which read ‘We Stand In Truth’ and holding a Gladiola flower, a print out of Ephesians 6, and an old photo of her and Andrea Constand
The comedian was seen smiling with his team as they walked into Montgomery County Courthouse for the third day of his sexual assault trial.
Frazier was accompanied by her husband, John Atchison, a celebrity hairstylist whose client roster includes Cosby and his wife, Camille – who is yet to make an appearance.
The two actors were on screen together in the 1978 comedy California Suite, which also starred Jane Fonda and Alan Alda. She is the second of Cosby’s former cast mates to appear in court by his side since his sexual assault trial began.
Former Cosby Show actress Keshia Knight Pulliam, 38, caused quite a stir on Monday when she was seen accompanying the actor into the courthouse on his first day.
Cosby appeared to be in higher spirits this morning, as his accuser, Andrea Constand is expected to face further cross-examination.
Constand took the stand for the first time on Tuesday to give her much anticipated testimony at the Montgomery County Courthouse in the criminal case against the man she considered her mentor.
Alleged victim of sexual abuse by comedian Bill Cosby using the assumed name Kacey. Her name is Kelly Johnson and she was the first to testify on Monday
Victims of alleged sexual abuse by Cosby, from left) Lynn Neal, Linda Kirkpatrick and Kacey – Kelly Johnson – spoke out during a news conference with attorney Gloria Allred in 2015
The former Director of Basketball for Temple University, of which Bill Cosby was a trustee, recalled the evening she went to his Pennsylvania home thinking they would discuss her career plans.
Instead, she alleged she was drugged and assaulted.
‘Put ’em down they’re your friends. They’ll help you relax.’ These are the words Cosby allegedly used to coerce Constand to swallow three blue pills that would leave her drugged, unconscious and vulnerable to sexual assault.
Withing twenty minutes of taking the pills she said her vision went ‘blurry’ and she began seeing two of Cosby and her legs felt unsteady.
Her voice tight with emotion Constand recalled: ‘Mr Cosby stood up and I stood up because he said you probably need to relax and when I stood up my legs were not strong and I began to panic a little bit and Mr Cosby grabbed, helped me by my arm, and he assisted me over to a couch and said just relax, just lay down here you need to relax.’
Montgomery County Judge Steven T. O’Neill, who is presiding over the case, has tried to keep the media frenzy from influencing the case – having sequestered the jury, and banning cameras and cellphones in the courtroom
- Each day as they take their seats in Montgomery County Courthouse journalists and members of the public are vociferously reminded of the court rules of decorum.
- Cell phones must not only be silenced they must be switched off – and put away, out of sight. Journalists may use their laptops for note-taking purposes only, they cannot be logged onto the court Wi-Fi or have anything other than note-taking programs open on their screens
- On day one of the trial a violation was enough to warrant a sharp tap to the screen from one of the court officials and sheriff’s department officers who patrol the aisles like hall monitors peering across the benches on which media sit.
- On the morning of day two it was enough to warrant an ejection. By the afternoon any journalist foolish enough to test the patience of the court officials – already frazzled from the pressure of having what Judge O’Neill has described as ‘the biggest sexual assault trial in history’ – was met with the full force of the law.
- One journalist, cell phone out, was removed yesterday afternoon. This morning those attending the trial were informed that he had been banned for the rest of the trial, charged with contempt of court and that a hearing was imminent.
- Cell phones too have been the bane of Judge O’Neill’s tenure thus far both in and out of the courtroom.
- Sheriff Officers clear the hallways for Cosby’s arrival each morning and after each brief break, with all the subtlety of a wrecking ball sending media and bystanders scuttling from its arc.
- One very nearly toppled Cosby as he bellowed down the hall ‘Put your cell phones away!’ just as the defendant was being assisted on his passage down it. Cosby startled and clung to the wall as the command echoed on marbled.
- Inside the court day by day and to Judge O’Neill’s increasing exasperation arguments and evidence have been punctuated by a variety of trilling tones.
- Yesterday, as a jazzy ring tone of which nobody was taking ownership piped through the court, Judge O’Neill stood in ill concealed fury and said, ‘Are you kidding me? Are we seriously hearing a phone in this court?’
- And nobody is above the law. This morning renowned attorney Gloria Allred, who represents several of Cosby’s accusers, was unceremoniously ejected minutes after the lilting chimes of her ringtone floated into the courtroom. She was permitted back in after lunch.
She continued: ‘I was laying on my left side and he placed some kind of pillow under my neck and I don’t really remember passing out or I have no recollection until at some point later I was jolted conscious, jolted awake and I felt Mr Cosby’s hand groping my breast under my shirt.
‘I also felt his hand inside my vagina moving in and out and I felt him take my hand and place it on his penis and move it back and forth.
‘I wasn’t able to [tell him to stop or push him away]. I wasn’t able to. In my head I was trying to get my hands to move or my legs to move but I was frozen and those messages didn’t get there and I was very limp.
‘And so I wasn’t able to fight him away.’
Asked how she felt in that moment Constand’s voice broke as she said: ‘I wanted it to stop.’
Across the courtroom a smirk spread across Cosby’s face as he listened to Constand’s testimony.
He had sat impassive as stone to this point but as Constand spoke a clear grin lit his face and he ran his hands over his lips as if in contemplation.
Constand returned to Canada two months after the alleged assault – she claimed that part of her reason for not reporting Cosby was that she knew she was ‘almost home.’
But the following year, troubled by a bad dream, a particularly awful one pushed her to reveal the truth to her mother.
Her mother decided to call Cosby who returned her call. Constand said: ‘My mother and I were both on the phone.
‘We began speaking and I told Mr Cosby exactly what I remembered from that evening. I said I took 3 blue pills, I got blurry vision, I didn’t feel well, I went over to the couch and I proceeded to say all the things he did to me, with my mother on the telephone.
Actress Keshia Knight Pulliam walks out of the courtroom with Bill Cosby after the first day of his trial on sexual assault charges
‘And Mr Cosby apologized to me and my mother.’
She asked him to tell her what it was he had given her. He said he didn’t have the name to hand, but that he would check his prescription medications.
She said: ‘He said he would write it down on a piece of paper and mail it to us. He said that he could not see right now the bottle that he wanted to see.’
Constand said that she felt ‘somewhat relieved’ after the conversation and Cosby’s alleged admission.
She added: ‘He agreed with everything that I told him and if I’m not mistaken he said again with my mother on the telephone that he thought I had an orgasm.’
Again Cosby smirked.
Earlier Constand had told the court the strange narrative of her relationship with Cosby – one that spanned approximately 16 months and that she characterized as a friendship.
She told how his telephone calls to her at Temple that began with inquiries about the basketball program became more personal in nature and how he began extending invitations to her to join him at his home at group dinners.
She recounted several such evenings and said that she had never felt threatened, uncomfortable or intimidated by Cosby whom, she assumed, was simply trying to introduce ‘a person from Canada, in a new city in a new job’ to people who might become a social circle for her.
She told Cosby that she had studied film and television as well as fitness but that she had let that part of her education slide for the most part. Cosby appeared keen to help her make inroads into sports broadcast in which she had expressed an interest.
On one occasion he invited her to dinner with him and a former Cosby Show writer, Charles Kip. She went, she said, then got the train home. Cosby reimbursed her for her ticket.
In another encounter she traveled to Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut where Cosby was performing.
She recalled having dinner with Cosby and the Casino General Manager in Cosby’s room. After dinner she left with the General Manager and returned to her room.
Once there she said: ‘The phone rang and it was Mr Cosby. He said ‘I have some baked goods. Do you want to come upstairs and get some baked goods?’
Constand returned to Cosby’s room: ‘He opened the door. He said I wanted you to have some baked goods he was unpacking some things off a cart in the room near where we ate dinner.
‘I walked into that room while I was talking with him and I wasn’t sure what was going on with the baked goods. I was just there. I sat on the foot of the bed. There was nowhere else to sit.
After I sat on the edge of the bed we must have been conversing and Mr Cosby moved over to the side of the bed and he just plopped himself down on the bed and reclined and he just closed his eyes.
There’s been no sign of Cosby’s wife, Camille, who was expected to attend court proceedings to show support for her husband
Cosby became ‘America’s favorite TV dad’ for his portrayal as Dr Heathcliff Hutxable on the Cosby Show. Keshia Knight Pulliam, who played youngest daughter Rudy (center) spoke out about the allegations last year saying she ‘loves [Cosby] dearly’ and he is ‘innocent until proven guilty’
‘His knee brushed up against my leg and I was watching him lying on the bed with his head on the pillows.
‘He didn’t’ say anything I didn’t know if something was wrong. He was just silent the whole time and I was probably there for around 10 minutes thinking ‘did he want to talk?’ I didn’t have any plans to say I still had my boots on. I said , ‘You’re tired, I should probably go.’ I got up and left.’
Constand said she took the small box of baked goods Cosby had given her: ‘I kissed him cheek to cheek and then I left.’
On Tuesday the court also heard testimony from the Canadian detective who took Constand’s first statement following her alleged assault.
Detective Dave Mason recalled Constand had told him that Bill Cosby had given her blue pills which made her feel sleepy and turned her legs to ‘jelly.’
Drugged, drowsy and unable to move, Mason told how Constand woke with the awful sensation that ‘something foreign’ was inside her and aware of the sound of Cosby’s breathing as he lay behind her on the sofa in his Pennsylvania home.
‘When she started experiencing those effects Mr Cosby escorted her into a sitting room where she lay down and she didn’t recall a lot after that,’ he said.
‘She remembered him lying next to her in a spooning position. She remembered having him touch her breast. She remembers him getting her to touch his penis.
‘She remembered feeling that something foreign was in her body.’
Cosby arrived at court Tuesday morning with just his spokesman by his side. Yesterday, he had been accompanied by his former TV daughter Keshia Knight Pulliam, who played Rudy Huxtable on the Cosby Show.
BILL COSBY’S ACCUSERS
Since DailyMail.com’s 2014 blockbuster interview with actress Barbara Bowman in which she described in lurid detail how Cosby allegedly raped her and pinned her down by her neck, more than 60 women have come forward to accuse the disgraced comedian of sexual assault.
Barbara Bowman – Bowman told DailyMail.com that Cosby raped and drugged her in 1985 when she was a 17-year-old aspiring actress. Bowman was one of Andrea Constand’s 13 Jane Does
Joan Tarshis – Tarshis claimed that she was just 19-years-old when Cosby drugged and raped her twice in Hollywood back in 1969 while she was working as a writer for him
Janice Dickinson – The supermodel said in an interview that Cosby invited her to Lake Tahoe to talk about a television role in 1982, but ended up drugging and raping her
Tamara Green – Green, who first came forward in 2005 told MailOnline that she was an aspiring actress in the 1970s when Cosby gave her pills and pretended to care for her while she had the flu, but instead sexually assaulted her
Speaking out: Barbara Bowman and Joan Tarshis
Famed supermodel Janice Dickinson and Tamara Green
Therese Serignese – Another of the 13 Jane Does, she says she was 19 when Cosby drugged and raped her in Las Vegas after one of his shows
Louisa Moritz – She accused Cosby of sexual assault, saying he forced her into oral sex backstage at The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in 1971, and implied he would further her career if she complied
Linda Joy Traitz – She said she was just 19 when Cosby drove her out to a beach and tried to get her to take pills to relax, before becoming ‘sexually aggressive’. Traitz has been charged in the past with trafficking pills. Cosby’s attorney, Marty Singer, is trying to use Traitz’s past to discredit her claims
Beth Ferrier – Ferrier claims she had a relationship with Cosby in the mid-1980s. She claims that she awoke in her car with her clothes in disarray and not remembering what had happened. Ferrier has claimed that he drugged her coffee
Carla Ferrigno – The wife of Incredible Hulk star Lou Ferrigno, claims Cosby tried to sexually assault her during a gathering at his house in 1967. What’s more, Cosby allegedly tried to use a friend to help court Ferrigno, and allegedly made his move on the former Playboy Bunny just moments after his own wife, Camille, left the room
Beth Ferrier, Carla Ferrigno, Angela Leslie (not pictured)
Angela Leslie – The former model-actress claims that Cosby forced her to masturbate him in his Vegas hotel suite after giving her a strong drink in 1992
Renita Chainey Hill – The 47-year-old mother-of-three who met Cosby when she was offered a role on Picture Pages in Pittsburgh claimed he would fly her to cities around the United States and drug her during a four-year relationship
Kristina Ruehli – A New Hampshire grandmother-of-eight, now 71, claims Cosby invited her back to his house for a ‘party’. She arrived and no one was there. Ruehli alleges that he drugged two bourbons he poured her and she came to when he was on top of her, shirtless
Victoria Valentino – The former Playboy playmate claims Cosby drugged her and a friend, tried to rape her friend then violated her instead in a Hollywood apartment after dinner
Jewel Allison – The former model accused Cosby of drugging her wine and making her feel his genitals before kissing her during a dinner at his home in the late Eighties
Michelle Hurd -The 47-year-old actress, known for her roles on Law & Order: SVU and Gossip Girl, revealed she was a stand-in on the set of The Cosby Show when Cosby started acting inappropriately around her. She says he asked her to go to his house to take a shower so he could blow dry her hair straight, but she decided not to go
P.J. Masten – The former Playboy bunny claims Cosby invited her out to dinner in Chicago. Before they left he gave her a drink and the next thing she remembers is waking up naked and bruised in his bed. Masten claims she knows of 12 other former bunnies who were attacked by Cosby but have not yet come forward
Joyce Emmons -The former comedy club manager claims she woke up naked next to a friend of Bill Cosby after the comedian gave her a sedative when she complained of a migraine. Emmons told TMZ that the comedian slipped her a Quaalude when she was in his Las Vegas hotel suite in the 1970s. She claims Cosby drugged her but has not accused him of sexual assault
Lachele Covington – The 20-year-old actress, who’d been an extra on the TV show Cosby, filed a police report in March 2000 against the star, accusing him of making an unwelcome sexual advance. According to The New York Post, after dinner and drinks at his home, he massaged her then ‘guided her hand towards his sweatpants’. Cosby denied the claim and no charges were filed
Shawn Upshaw – The only woman that Cosby admits cheating with claims that after a two-month relationship, Cosby drugged a drink and urged her to down it. He then raped her while she was unconscious and got her pregnant, she says
Playboy bunny Paige Young and Judy Huth
Paige Young – Young shot herself dead in 1974 aged 30. She had had an affair with Cosby shortly before her death. In a suicide note she said that many Hollywood stars had used her and spat her out
Judy Huth – Huth claims Cosby raped her at the Playboy Mansion in 1974 when she was just 15
Chelan Lasha – Lasha was an aspiring model in 1986 when she says Cosby gave her two shots of Amaretto and a pill and then attacked her as she lay on his bed in the Elvis Presley suite at the Hilton Las Vegas
Beverley Johnson – The first black woman to be on the cover of American Vogue said Cosby made a drugged cappuccino for her when she visited his New York brownstone to read through lines for a small part in the Cosby Show. As she felt her body go limp she shouted at Cosby: ‘You are a motherf***** aren’t you?’ Angry, Cosby dragged her downstairs and dumped her in a taxi
Chloe Goins – This 24-year-old model claims Cosby spiked her drink with a sedative before luring her into a room and launching an attack on her in 2008
Linda Kirkpatrick – said she was assaulted after Cosby invited her to see his show following a Las Vegas tennis tournament against him in 1981 when she was 25
Cindra Ladd – said she was working as a producer in New York City in 1969 when she claims to have been drugged and raped by Bill Cosby
Eden Tirl – who says she was sexually harassed on The Cosby Show set in 1989
Lise-Lotte Lublin – says she only discovered she had been raped after she had gynecological tests carried out 25 years later
Andrea Constand – claimed that in 2004, Cosby gave her ‘herbal medication’ and ordered her to drink wine before raping her in his home. Constand is openly gay and says she was in a relationship at the time of the alleged assault
Lili Bernard – This actress claims Cosby offered to mentor her when she guest starred on the Cosby Show and alleges the comedian drugged, raped, and threatened her
Heidi Thomas – Thomas claims Cosby poured her a glass of Chablis to help her relax and then woke up in his bedroom
Sunni Wells – Wells claims she was drugged during two different nights out with Cosby, awakening naked and alone in a sparsely furnished apartment each time. She ‘felt like she’d had sex’
Linda Brown – Brown told reporters she met Cosby in 1969 in Canada and went to his hotel suite where he gave her a soft drink that caused her to black out. She said that when she woke up, she was naked next to him in bed
Autumn Burns – Burns was a 20-year-old Las Vegas casino worker in 1970 when she met Cosby. She said she was invited to his suite where he made her a drink, leaving her feeling ‘woozy and not in control’ and that the comedian then allegedly forced her into sex acts
Colleen Hughs – a former flight attendant, said she was drugged and raped by Cosby in the early 1970s after meeting him on a flight to LA
Linda Ridgeway Whitedeer – recounted how in 1971 she was allegedly assaulted by Cosby during a job interview on a movie set
Donna Motsinger – Motsinger was one of the ‘Jane Does’ in a 2005 case and claims Cosby had invited her for a drink in his limo where she later woke up with his hands on her
Helen Hayes – Hayes claims she met Cosby in 1973 at a celebrity tennis tournament and he later grabbed her breast
Kathrine Mckee – The former actress claims ‘He spun me around, pulled my panties down and just took it,’ in his Las Vegas hotel room
Charlotte Fox – Fox said Cosby invited her to the Playboy mansion when she was 23. She said that they ate and drank, and then she became ill
Marcella Tate – Tate was an aspiring model who claims she asked Cosby to take her to the Playboy Mansion where he gave her a drink that made her feel drugged
Shannon van Ert – She said Cosby offered to walk her to her car one night and got in with her. She said she blacked out, woke up later alone and suspected Cosby of drugging and assaulting her
Sarita Butterfield –Butterfield accused Cosby of molesting her at his home on Christmas Eve in 1977
Patricia Leary Steuer – Steuer says he invited her for dinner at his home and then gave her a drink she claims was spiked
Pamela Abeyta – She said she believes her drink was drugged when she attended a show with Cosby and his friends. She awoke later in the comedian’s bed
Janice Baker-Kinney – Kinney said she was 24 when Cosby gave her two pills and later came around to find him carrying her up the stairs of his home
Rebecca Lynn Neal – A massage therapist, Neal claims he drugged her and sexually assaulted her while they were on a date
Lisa Jones –a former Canadian model, Jones alleges Cosby became aggressive and tried to pull her legs apart during an audition at his home
Sammie Mays – Mays was a writer covering a television convention in the mid-eighties when she was allegedly assaulted by Cosby. She claims the two went to his hotel suite for an interview where he prepared a drink for her with his back to her. The woman said she awoke confused and partially undressed the next morning
Former Miss America Lisa Christie and Donna Barrett
Helen Gumpel – this former model claims Cosby handed her a drink in his TV show dressing room and then stood in front of her with his crotch in her face
Jennifer ‘Kaya’ Thompson – says Cosby offered to mentor her — even speaking to her parents — before eventually forcing himself on her
Lisa Christie – said she viewed maintained a platonic relationship with Cosby for two years, but then he attempted to coerce her into sleeping with him
Donna Barrett – Barrett says she was officiating a track meet in 2004 at the University of Pennsylvania when Cosby groped her