Cosby Accuser Confronts Him At Trial
Twelve years after first accusing Bill Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her, Andrea Constand took the stand yesterday to testify at Mr. Cosby's trial.
The Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News reported Ms. Constand "walked the jury" though the night in 2004 when the comedian allegedly invited her to his home and drugged her.
She said she felt "paralyzed" at the time, as she described how the defendant assaulted her.
Under cross-examination, Ms. Constand reportedly remained "composed."
Prior to Tuesday, she had never once spoken about the alleged incident in public.