“I Was Crying Out Inside”: Andrea Constand Describes Bill Cosby Sexual Assault
The comedian Bill Cosby has recently been found guilty on three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault by a Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
It was confirmed he was sexually assaulting Andrea Constand back in 2004. At that time, she worked at the Temple University as a basketball coach, and Bill Cosby was a trustee there.
For many years, Andrea Constand was speechless, but now, she is ready to share the story for the first time. In her interview with NBC’s “Dateline”, Andrea talked about the night Cosby assaulted her.
Andrea claims Bill offered her some pills to relax. She says:
Three blue pills. And he put his hand out and I said, ‘What are those?’ And he said, ‘They’ll help you relax,’" she recalled. "And I said, ‘Are they natural? Are they, like, a herbal remedy?’ And he said, ‘No, they’re your friends. Just put them down.’
She didn’t feel good after taking those pills and could hardly move. Cosby used that situation and assaulted the woman. Constand says she couldn’t control herself:
My mind is saying, ‘Move your hands. Kick. Can you do anything? I don’t want this. Why is this person doing this?’ And me not being able to react in any specific way,” she said. “So I was limp. I was a limp noodle. I was crying out inside, in my throat, in my mind, for this to stop. And I couldn’t do anything.
Constand didn’t tell anyone what happened that night. Though, after about a year, she opened up to her mother. She thought nobody would believe that a famous and successful person could do something like that.
By the way, Bill Cosby’s wife doesn’t believe in this story. That’s how she called Constand’s testimony:
Unsupported by any evidence and riddled with innumerable, dishonest contradictions.
Nevertheless, the truth is already found and Bill Cosby is to be sentenced.