The woman who claims that actor Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her back in 2004, detailed her alleged attack in court today.
45-year-old Andrea Constand relayed her night spent with Cosby in where she says he gave her three blue pills to help take the edge off.
“My mouth became very cottony, and I felt like foam had built up, and my mouth became very dry. Mr. Cosby said, ‘I think you need to relax,'” she stated. “I knew something was wrong.”
Constand then recounted Cosby assisting her to walk over to the sofa and helping her to relax. Eventually, she remembers falling asleep only to be awakened by Cosby sexually assaulting her.
“I was kind of, um, jolted awake, and felt Mr. Cosby on the couch behind me, and my vagina was being penetrated quite forcefully,” Constand told jurors in Montgomery County Court. “I felt my breasts being touched. And he took my hand, and placed my hand on his penis, and masturbated himself with my hand. And I was not able to do anything about it.”
When she awoke around 4 to 5 a.m., she remembers dressing and walking towards the front door to see Cosby wearing a robe and slippers.
“I never said a word,” she recalled. “And he said, ‘There’s a muffin and tea on the table. All right?'”
Constand then claims she left, went home and then to Temple University where she worked as Director of Operations for Women's Basketball.
Later after the alleged incident in 2004, Constand claims to have had a meeting with Cosby where she inquired about what he had given her.
“He said to me, ‘I thought you had an orgasm.’ I said I did not. He did not answer my questions, and so I lost my courage, and I left.”
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