A former Daily News reporter who began covering the fall of Bill Cosby more than a decade ago will release a firsthand account of the story with her debut book next year.
Nicole Weisensee Egan will detail her efforts in Chasing Cosby, set to be released next year.
A longtime reporter, Egan was working at the Daily News in 2005, when she became one of the first reporters to investigate former Temple University women's basketball coach Andrea Constand's allegations of sexual assault against Cosby.
Following her work for the Daily News on the Cosby case, Egan began a 12-year career at People magazine. Currently, she works for various publications as a freelancer.
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