Andrea Constand set to take the stand in Bill Cosby trial

Former 'Cosby Show' Actress Arrested While Protesting Bill Cosby's Sexual Assualt Trial

Dickinson is the fourth accuser to take the witness stand at Cosby's sex assault retrial in suburban Philadelphia. According to multiple outlets, she said: "You remember, don't you, Mr. Cosby?" In June, a judge declared a mistrial when the jury in the first trial could not reach a verdict.

She said her opinion of Cosby drastically changed around 2015 when a cavalcade of women began coming forward to publicly accuse the man once known as "America's Dad" of drugging and sexually assaulting them. She said that's where she started to get cramps, and that's when Cosby produced a little blue pill.

She said she became woozy and Cosby helped her to a bed, where he lay next to her, grabbed her breasts, humped her and grunted.

With Constand living in her native Canada by this time, they went to the Durham Regional Police in Ontario and later told her brother-in-law, a Toronto police detective.

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"It's all a fabrication there because I wanted the paycheck from the book", Dickinson said, repeatedly calling the book "poetic license" done to feed and educate her children, under attack from the defense.

"When you don't have a case, you'll fill the case with something else", she said.

She testified Tuesday that she doesn't remember large blocks of time after Cosby gave her wine while they were going over a scene at a home outside Reno, Nevada. "He said, 'I thought you had orgasm.' I said, 'I did not.' He would not answer my questions, so I lost my courage and I left".

As part of that settlement, Cosby paid Constand $3.38 million, prosecutors said for the first time on Monday.

Thomas testified Tuesday that, strangely incapacitated by a single sip of wine from Cosby, she found herself waxing in and out of consciousness during a 1984 trip to Reno for acting lessons with him.

"I wanted him to feel something".

"He stayed with me throughout the entire pregnancy", she said.

Cosby's defense team previous year portrayed Constand as a lover scorned, while his new gaggle of attorneys has repeatedly insisted she took advantage of a "lonely" old man to get to his millions.

Dickinson had a Polaroid camera with her, she said, and snapped photos of Cosby in the room wearing a colorful robe and talking on the telephone. She says that she never had any romantic interest in Cosby and just viewed him as a close friend and 'mentor'.

"Dr. Huxtable wouldn't do this", Lasha said she was thinking at the time. I couldn't say anything. In fact, most if not all of the jurors admitted during the selection process to knowing at least something about #MeToo and the allegations against Cosby.

Gupta argued for an exception to the "too remote" standard since Lasha's conviction is less remote than her own allegations against Cosby or Constand's.

Constand's lawyer, Dolores Troiani, called the attacks on her client "outrageous" and "baseless", and ripped Cosby's team for trashing her reputation in the courtroom - where lawyers are immune from defamation lawsuits - and in statements to the media. She was taken away in handcuffs, charged with disorderly conduct and released with a summons.

All of them testified they wound up unconscious from the pills or alcohol Cosby gave them, unable to say no or resist as he had his way with them. Constand is telling jurors she has nothing to gain financially now by wanting him locked up.

Constand's testimony came on the ninth day of Cosby's retrial on three charges of aggravated indecent assault.

"That's not about the victims, that's about yourself and if you are going to protest rape, you shouldn't rip your clothes off", Wyatt told ABC News.

The Associated Press doesn't typically identify people who say they're victims of sexual assault unless they grant permission, which Constand and Thomas have done.



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