Andrea Constand testified on Tuesday about the night in 2004 she says actor Bill Cosby inappropriately touched her after giving her three pills.
Cosby, 79, is on trial for aggravated indecent assault. He?s denied attacking the former Temple University employee in his home outside of Philadelphia, claiming they had a consensual sexual relationship. Constand said the actor served as her mentor and invited her to his home to discuss her career.
Constand, 44, had never spoken publicly about the incident before. She described being unable to resist Cosby that night after complaining to him that the unidentified pills had made her disoriented.
?I wanted him to stop,? Constand testified, according to Deadline. ?In my head, I was trying to get my hands to move and my legs to move but I was frozen.?
?I wasn?t able to fight him away,? she added on the second day of Cosby?s trial.
Sixty women have accused Cosby of sexual misconduct, including rape. Only Constand?s accusation has led to a criminal trial.
This is a developing story and will be updated.
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