When entertainer Bill Cosby allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted former Temple University employee Andrea Constand in January 2004, it wasn’t the first time he’d tried to have sexual contact with her, authorities say in chilling new details of the case revealed in court papers released Wednesday.
He’d allegedly tried two times prior and she rebuffed him, according to the probable cause affidavit attached to his arrest warrant. Subsequently, on his alleged third try, he drugged Constand, according to the affidavit.
“Cosby knew that his two prior sexual advances were blocked by the much younger, athletic victim,” the affidavit states. “He knew that further attempts at sexual conduct would likewise be unsuccessful unless he was able to prevent her from resisting.”
The affidavit added, “He knew the victim would become sedated, and likely rendered incapable of resistance, by her ingestion of wine and Benadryl, or wine and another substance, known only to Cosby, with similar effects.” CLICK FOR MORE