Bill Cosby's chief accuser set to confront him in court

Model Janice Dickinson tells jury Bill Cosby raped her in 1982: 'I wanted to punch him in the face'

"It still takes me everything within my being to say the words, 'I was raped, '" Baker-Kinney testified. Dickinson said that her career was thriving at that time and that she decided not to report the alleged incident because she had "conservative clients" - such as Vogue, Maybelline and Revlon - that "would not appreciate that I'd been raped".

Dickinson was 27 at the time and says she felt vaginal pain. They'll help you relax. She recalled that Cosby's robe opened and he smelled like cigars and espresso, and body odour.

In the photograph, shown to a jury of seven men and five women on Thursday in Cosby's criminal retrial, a younger, more debonair Cosby is depicted sporting a colorful bathrobe, a brown velvet hat and gold-metal-frame glasses.

Fenjves confirmed Dickinson's account in InTouch back in 2014: "I told her that we wouldn't be able to use any of it".

Before her testimony, they sought to raise doubts about the allegations of another accuser who testified the comedian knocked her out with pills and raped her during a 1982 encounter in Nevada - the year of the alleged assault on Dickinson. "He got on top of me".

Defense lawyers were expected to cross-examine Dickinson later Thursday.

Constand said she awoke between 4 and 5 a.m.to find her bra up around her neck and her trousers half unzipped.

"I was disgusted and in shock and humiliated".

"My vagina was being penetrated quite forcefully", she said.

"He raped me in Tahoe", Dickinson added. "I didn't fly to Tahoe to have sex with Mr. Cosby".

Bill Cosby accuser Janice Dickinson, 63, walks through the Montgomery County Courthouse in a break from testifying on the fourth day of the comedian's sexual assault retrial on April 12, 2018. I wanted to hit him I wanted to punch him in the face ...

When he held up her book and revealed the account in there was very different to what she is saying in court, Dickinson admitted that the contents of the book was a fabrication: "It's all a fabrication there because I wanted the paycheck for my kids, ' she said, after telling the court that she'd given her ghostwriter "poetic licence".

The former supermodel and reality star changes key details she previously recounted in her 2002 tell-all. But in a 2005 deposition that Mesereau showed her, Constand said she'd told her mother that she was affectionate toward him. Cosby then took her back to his room.

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Under sustained cross-examination, defense lawyer Tom Mesereau exposed inconsistencies between what she told police, said today and in testimony given under oath for the civil suit in 2006.

As for Allred and the attention she invites, Lasha and Baker-Kinney both said they had neither paid nor been paid by her. Baker-Kinney said she had "no clue" about the $100 million fund; Lasha, asked about whether she was filmed for the new Netflix documentary Seeing Allred, replied, "I don't even have Netflix".

Andrea Constand's appearance is her second chance to confront Cosby in court, since his first trial ended without a verdict.

In response, Dickinson claimed that the story in her book was made up.

The Associated Press does not typically identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault unless they grant permission, which Constand has done.

Janice Baker-Kinney was frank about her history-her experiments with drugs in the 1970s, her bout with alcoholism-and how she still blames herself for accepting two pills from Cosby the night she says he sexually assaulted her. "I wanted the paycheque from the book".

Several women took the stand in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case.

Among the more than 50 women who have lodged sexual misconduct allegations against Cosby, Constand has been seen as the only one whose case could be pursued within the legal time limits.

Mesereau presented excerpts from Dickinson's three books in which she describes scenes in the 1970s and '80s where heavy drug use and promiscuous sex were common, including wild party scenes at the NY discotheque Studio 54.

Turning to Cosby, she mentioned: "You keep in mind, do not you, Mr. Cosby?" He was a married man and I absolutely never showed an interest.

"It is something so wonderful that has come out of this", she said.

He said that Cosby's new defence team has "had the opportunity to thoroughly research her testimony and statements" from previous year and found "even more inconsistencies".