Janice Dickinson makes Cosby judge blush as she finishes testimony

Janice Dickinson makes Cosby judge blush as she finishes testimony

"I have something for that", Cosby said, according to her testimony.

Troiani was peeved at the defence for fighting to disclose the settlement figure to jurors in what she said was a clear violation of the confidential settlement agreement Cosby and Constand struck.

Dickinson, 27 at the time, testified she felt vaginal pain and, after waking up the next morning, noticed semen between her legs.

"He got on top of me and his robe opened and I remembered he smelled like cigars and espresso and his body odor".

Janice Dickinson walks through Montgomery County Courthouse during a break in Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial on Thursday, April 12, 2018, in Norristown, Pa.

In the photograph, shown to a jury of seven men and five women on Thursday in Cosby's criminal retrial, a younger, more debonair Cosby is depicted sporting a colorful bathrobe, a brown velvet hat and gold-metal-frame glasses. A married man, father of five kids, on top of me, ' she added.

It's expected to resume on Thursday afternoon. I couldn't move, I was motionless ... wondering what the heck is he doing ...

Constand said she awoke between 4 a.m. and 5 find her bra up around her neck and her trousers half unzipped.

"I was disgusted and in shock and humiliated".

Constand said she made a decision to go to police in January 2005, about a year after the encounter, jarred to action by a nightmare and an increasing awareness of consent issues from her ongoing massage therapy training.

The Canadian massage therapist whom Bill Cosby allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted 14 years ago told the entertainer's American retrial Friday that she "could not fight him off". "And I said, 'No, I will not, I will fly first class'".

Baker-Kinney was a 24-year-old Reno, Nevada, casino bartender when she says Cosby gave her pills she suspected to be quaaludes and had sex with her in 1982.

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She is one of five previous accusers called as witnesses to bolster the prosecution's case in the intense and frequently dramatic first four days of the retrial.

Cosby lawyer Tom Mesereau told jurors in an opening statement on Tuesday that Constand was a pauper who stiffed roommates on bills, racked up big credit card debt and once ran a Ponzi scheme until she "hit the jackpot" in 2006, when Cosby paid her $3.4 million to settle the civil lawsuit Constand filed after the district attorney at the time dropped the case.

"It's all a fabrication there because I wanted the pay cheque", Dickinson said, repeatedly invoking "poetic licence" to feed and educate her children. "And I was really confused". She testified that she barely remembered it.

"Who calls somebody in rehab?" she said. Cosby then assaulted her, touching her breast and rubbing himself towards her leg, Lasha mentioned.

Mesereau immediately brought up Dickinson's 2002 memoir, No Lifeguard on Duty, noting the ghostwriter, Pablo Fenjves, also wrote Simpson's tell-all, If I Did It. The first trial ended in a mistrial last June due to a deadlocked jury.

The Associated Press does not typically identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault unless they grant permission, which Constand has done. Defense attorneys say Constand ginned up a sexual assault claim against Cosby as a way of forcing him to pay a almost $3.4 million civil settlement.

"I wanted it to stop".

Cosby's lawyer then asked Dickinson of the discrepancies between her book and her account.

It took decades for her to call him out publicly, Dickinson said, saying the guidance she was given as a 20-something was to keep her mouth shut for the sake of professional advancement.

Constand testified she chose to report the assault to police in January 2005, about a year later, jarred to action by a nightmare and an increasing awareness of consent issues from her ongoing massage therapy training.

Mesereau presented excerpts from Dickinson's three books in which she describes scenes in the 1970s and '80s where heavy drug use and promiscuous sex were common, including wild party scenes at the NY discotheque Studio 54. Cosby tracked her down to Bali, where she was modeling for an oil company calendar, and asked her to Lake Tahoe "to further talk about my career".

The 45-year-old Constand says Cosby drugged and molested her at his suburban Philadelphia mansion in January 2004.