In her memoir “The Moment,” Constand describes her friendship with Cosby. She met the TV star at Temple University in Philadelphia, where she was on the basketball program. One evening in January 2004, she swallowed her foot pills, assuming they were herbal products. She noticed that her body was numb. “Not being able to control my body was so terrifying. I had never felt physically afraid of anything or anyone before, even as a kid. I was athletic. But now I have no control over my extremities.”
In a statement, Cosby said he was in love with Constand. His lawyers said their relationship was consensual. The comedian was sentenced in 2018 to prison terms of between three and ten years for ill-treatment and drugging. His conviction was overturned on appeal because the trial was unfair
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In the interview, which will be broadcast on Tuesday in the United States, Constand said he was “shocked and disappointed that Cosby was released due to an official error.” Do not think that it is right for the actress to be free, despite the fact that her testimony believed. “He is a sexually violent predator who has been released from prison.”
Besides Constand, more than 60 women said they were drugged and abused by Cosby. He was the first celebrity to condemn sexual assault after the rise of the #MeToo movement, which drew attention to sexual harassment and assault.
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