He put lotion in my hand and put his penis in my hand.” She said Cosby teamed up with her employer to get her fired. “Promise me you will stand up and find this man not guilty.” Cosby’s lawyer also said Constand accepted luxury gifts from the wealthy star, and even willingly laid in bed with him.UPDATE- June 5, 2 PM ET Prosecutors claimed Monday afternoon that Bill Cosby was well aware of his misdeeds when he allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted Andrea Constand in 2004, as the defense focused on Constand’s lack of credibility and potential missteps during time of the alleged incidents. Bill Cosby‘s highly anticipated sexual assault trial kicked off this morning, June 6, in the Montgomery County Courthouse with helicopters flying overhead and high security surrounding the property — and Radar has all the exclusive details from inside the courtroom!First Day of Trial: According to Radar’s eyewitness, Cosby entered the courtroom, chatting and smiling with the council. O’Neill addresses their duties and charges (three counts of aggravated indecent assault).
As rumors swirled on social media that year, a self-appointed advocate for the women, Cordelia Fiterre, created a secret Facebook group where the women compared hazy memories: offers of cocaine, marijuana or alcohol in Rogayan’s apartment on Chestnut Street; waking up in the morning feeling violated – or in the act of being sexually violated, according to alleged victims’ reports in the court record.
A total of 10 women have told police detectives they were raped, sexually abused or held captive by Rogayan in the decade before his arrest.
— Judge O’Neill discusses note taking and memory recollection, explaining those not taking notes shouldn’t be intimated by those who do, as juror notes will be destroyed by the court immediately following a verdict.
— Citing the riot act, Judge O’Neill warns the jury not to speak to anyone about the case during the trial, not even one another: “You are sequestered and will move as one.” — Judge O’Neill continues to address the jury, implying this will be a lengthy two-week trial process.
The trial began Tuesday for Rogayan, 32, the former front-of-house manager and co-owner of Cosmos Bistro, where he was the face of the new eclectic Americana restaurant on the bottom floor of the Herald Building.
His business partner, Cinnamon Berg, banned him from Cosmos at a staff meeting in late summer 2015, when stories emerged on and Facebook accusing Rogayan of raping women who were too intoxicated to consent to sex.UPDATE June 6, pm et- After arriving to the Pennsylvania courthouse without his wife and family, Bill Cosby and jurors heard the testimony of the star’s alleged victim Kelly Johnson‘s mother, Dr. Sewell told prosecutor Kristen Feden her daughter “changed considerably” after the TV comedian sexually assaulted her in 1996.The former Williams Morris Agency employee was diagnosed with clinical depression as a result of the attack, her mother insisted.Deputy Prosecutor Evan Jones delivers the state's opening statement at the start of Jamison Rogayan's trial Tuesday, Jan. Rogayan is charged with four counts of second-degree rape, one count of indecent liberties and one count of unlawful imprisonment.A jury will decide if a Bellingham bistro owner sexually assaulted five women, over a year after widespread posts on social media accused Jamison Rogayan of using drugs and alcohol to rape women in his downtown apartment.As Johnson stated during yesterday’s testimony, Miller said she awoke from a pill-induced stupor to Cosby’s naked genitals.