Janice Dickinson testifies against Bill Cosby in retrial


He went upstairs and returned with three small blue pills, she testified.

NY: A former model Janice Dickinson, the fourth of five accusers, reportedly told a jury on Thursday that Bill Cosby raped her in 1982 after giving her a pill that left her "motionless".

"I didn't consent to this", Dickinson testified.

"I remember the taste of his kiss, it smelt like cigars and espresso... Here was "rsquo & the us;s Dad" on very top me personallypersonally, a married guy with five kids, and very, very inappropriate it was", Dickinson stated. "How very wrong it was". That there was nothing consensual about these encounters he carefully choreographed.

Dickinson testified she met Cosby and his musical director for dinner and complained of menstrual cramps.

Cosby spokesman Andrew Wyatt described the women as the supporting cast for chief accuser Andrea Constand.

That's not to say that their testimonies are identical.

All of them testified they wound up unconscious from the drugs or alcohol Cosby gave them, unable to say no or resist as he had his approach with them.

Heidi Thomas sounded nearly chipper on the stand, detailing an idyllic childhood and a happily-ever-after adulthood in which Cosby was some kind of nightmarish intermission in an otherwise dreamy existence.

Chelan Lasha, whose body shook as she cried uncontrollably, struggled to keep her voice steady even as she spelled her last name for the court. I didn't fly to Tahoe to have sex with Mr Cosby [but] it was occurring.

"I mentioned that I wasn't here for that, and he respectfully stopped and we never talked about it again", Constand said of the latter incident. Why are you doing this to me? I couldn't get the words out I wanted to say.

One woman testifying on Wednesday pointedly called Cosby a "serial rapist".

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Dickinson's testimony started out contentious as she went head-to-head with The Cosby Show star's lawyer Tom Mesereau, alleging the 80-year-old gave her a blue pill that rendered her "motionless" and then assaulted her.

After hours of questioning by Mesereau about all the drugs she says in the books that she did - amyl nitrate, Ativan, Valium, Quaaludes, cocaine, lithium heroin and others - Dickinson snapped.

Of the some 50 women who have come forward with allegations against the actor, Constand's case is the only one to be tried as it still falls within the statute of limitations. Defense attorneys noted that there were differences between her testimony and what she wrote about in her 2002 biography.

The defense grilled the women on the considerable differences between what they told friends and family and what they told detectives; between the police reports and the press releases.

Years later, in January 2015, after hearing accounts from other women, she said she realized "something else had happened after I blacked out".

But the women do have explanations for these discrepancies. She said didn't realize what may have happened to her until Dickinson's 2014 interview. But asked if she had ever roomed with her, she said, "No".

Afterward, Constand said, "I was really humiliated. He wasn't the only contender", Dickinson replied. "I didn't know what was happening, why I was feeling that way".

The first of the women to testify, Heidi Thomas, told jurors Tuesday that Cosby knocked her out with wine and forced her to perform oral sex in Reno, Nev., in 1984. "He's a powerful man, and he'll do whatever it takes to protect himself'".

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"Thank God", she said.

Constand said she then received several voicemail messages from Cosby representatives, including the comedian's one-time attorney, Marty Singer, who spoke about setting up an education fund for Constand. "The officer acted like he didn't believe what I was saying in the first place". And he nodded yes with his head, and he said, 'Put them down.