Comedy star Bill Cosby is under trial for his sexual assault on women. He is accused of drugging and molesting a woman named Andrea Constand, who had come to him for mentoring. Just a day before Bill Cosby’s chief accuser was to take the witness stand at his sexual assault retrial, Janice Dickinson, a former model and TV personality shared her horrifying story of being drugged and raped by the renowned comedy star to the jury members.
Dickinson is one of the five other accusers of Cosby to testify against his retrial. Dickinson told the jury about her horrifying experience with Bill Cosby in the year 1982. She told the jurors that the comedian allegedly gave her a rounded blue pill by telling her that it would ease her menstrual cramps. But when Dickinson consumed the pill, she felt drowsy and was not able to move.
Dickinson, who was aged 27 at that time, informed that after giving her the pill, Cosby, also revered as America’s dad, took her to a Lake Tahoe hotel room. Dickinson, 63, said, “I started to feel dizzy, woozy, out of it. Cosby said we’d continue this conversation upstairs and I followed him to his room.” She said that while she was sitting on Bed, Cosby changed into a patchwork bathrobe and immediately climbed upon her. “He got on top of me. I was sitting on the edge of the bed,” Dickinson testified. She recalled that Cosby’s robe opened and he smelled like cigars and espresso, and body odour.
Dickinson further revealed, “I couldn’t move. I was rendered motionless. I was immobile. I was thinking, what the f—k? Sorry, what the heck, what the heck? I didn’t consent to this; I hadn’t said yes.” She told the jury that she did not fly to Tahoe to have sex with Mr Cosby. But unfortunately, she had to face the sexual assault of Cosby. She said that at that time she wanted to hit Cosby and punch him in the face.