Bill Cosby Accuser Andrea Constand’s Mom Says She Confronted Him About His Alleged Sexual Assault


Andrea Constand‘s mother confronted Bill Cosby after learning that he had allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted her daughter, she testified in court on Wednesday afternoon.

Under questioning by Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, District Attorney Kevin Steele, Gianna detailed how she placed a call to Cosby in January 2005 to challenge him about what he was accused of doing to her daughter and to ask what medication he gave Andrea before her alleged assault.

She testified that Cosby — who kept calling her “mom” during their two-plus hour phone conversation, she said — told her in graphic detail about the sexual encounter between him and Andrea, implying it was consensual, with Andrea listening on the phone.

“He said, ‘Oh, Andrea don’t you remember?’ Mom, she even had an orgasm,” Gianna recalled on the stand, making a face. CLICK FOR MORE


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