"He said, 'I apologize to Andrea and I apologize to you'".
Kelly Johnson testified on Day 1 that Cosby drugged and molested her at a Los Angeles hotel bungalow in 1996. She added she was unable to stop Cosby's advances because she couldn't move her hands or legs and "wanted it to stop".
"She said Cosby gave her pills he claimed were a natural remedy to ease her stress about a looming career change. A mentor", she said. If you look online, you will find Andrea Constand's pictures during the trial.
"You were not drugged and unconscious on March 16, 2004, right?" the attorney asked.
"My dress was pulled up from the bottom, and it was pulled down from the top, and my breasts were out", she said, crying. "I was obviously very distraught at. just the fact that he betrayed her".
Allred's phone made noise Wednesday afternoon as a Cosby defence lawyer questioned chief accuser Andrea Constand.
She also denied suggestions there was any kind of a romantic relationship between her and Cosby. "We have a collective imagination of all of the characters they portray and, because of that, we think that we really know them", Assistant District Attorney Kristen Feden said.
Gianna Constand also critiqued Agrusa's line of questioning.
Cosby, 79, has been charged with three counts of aggravated indecent assault, each carrying up to 10 years in prison. Cosby has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Andrea Constand has finally broken her silence with a graphic account of the night she was allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby.
After Constand told her mother and her mother challenged Cosby, the actor told her the same thing - "that he felt I had an orgasm" - she testified. Frazier was accompanied by her husband, John Atchison, a celebrity hairstylist whose client roster includes Cosby and his wife, Camille.
Constand is a former employee of Temple University, Cosby's alma mater. "He was in a white shirt and trousers", Constand said, slightly annoyed.
Not much is known about the accuser, and for a long time she valued (and still does) her privacy during the most hard time in her life.
A few months prior to the incident, the defense said, Constand drove four hours to Foxwood resort in order to meet Cosby after one of his performances. She did not see Cosby before or after the show, she said, but she gave Cosby's aides a gift from her brother. She also has a brother-in-law, who is a Canadian police officer.
As he became more flirtatious and suggestive over time, Constand said, his actions evolved, including once grabbing her thigh and later attempting to unbutton her trousers.
"You told a very different story", Agrusa pelted Constand again later in the morning. He fell asleep and she left the room, she testified.
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Cosby lawyers say Constand called Cosby 53 times after the alleged assault.
"Put them down. They're your friends".
The Associated Press does not typically identify people who say they are sexual assault victims unless they grant permission, which Constand has done.
"I don't really remember how dim the lights were, but I did have to eat my dinner", Constand said. Johnson believes her subsequent firing came at Cosby's request. Most would have happened too long ago to prosecute. "I wanted guidance and I wanted to protect myself", Constand explained.
Constand then spoke about her first meeting with the entertainer via mutual friend.
The dramatic scene was more than a dozen years in the making. "There was a nice mood.", Agrusa began, paraphrasing Constand's 2005 statement to police.
Ms Constand has been barred from talking about her allegations for almost 12 years, following a successful civil case she brought against the comedian in 2006.
Ms Constand's case is the only one in which Cosby has been charged. But when she reported the alleged attack to Canadian police on January 13, 2005, she said it happened in March 2004, after she'd gone out to dinner with Cosby and others at Central High School in Philadelphia, Cosby's defense lawyers said.
Constand will be back on the stand Wednesday to continue her testimony.
"I was mistaken", Constand said.
Keshia Knight Pulliam was defiant in her stance to defend and support Bill Cosby on the opening day of his trial.
"Pull your trousers up Black people, I was on TV in the '80s", Buress joked, mocking Cosby.
On Tuesday, Johnson's mother, Pattrice Sewell, bolstered her daughter's story.
The defense has argued Johnson was sacked for other reasons, including violating the company policy on dating clients.
Cosby showed his appreciation via Twitter. Through the latter he turned the lives of an upper-middle-class African-American family into a groundbreaking TV sitcom.
The comedian, then one of America's most beloved comedians, was a university trustee and the Philadelphia school's most famous alumnus. In later years, Cosby became somewhat of a public moralizer, speaking out against what he saw as the failings of the African-American community in raising children.
The mostly white jury is composed of seven men and five women, according to WHYY's Bobby Allyn. Two jurors are black.