Bill Cosby Accuser Andrea Constand Speaks Out In The Los Angeles Times' New Podcast
little over a year after Bill Cosby was imprisoned for drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand, she's telling her story, in her own words, for a revealing new Los Angeles Times podcast.
image COURTESY LOS ANGELES TIMES Available January 14 on Apple Podcasts and Spotify, Chasing Cosby examines the rise and fall of "America's Dad." Host Nicki Egan, an investigative journalist and former People magazine senior writer (Disclosure: Egan and I were colleagues at People), delves into the media's response to the case and the systemic failures that allowed Cosby's abuse to fly under the radar for decades.
In the six-part series, Egan sits down with 14 of his 60 plus accusers, including Constand, the only woman whose case could be tried in a court of law.
I spoke with Egan about their emotional interview, Constand's first since Cosby went to prison in September 2018 for three-to-10 years maximum (Cosby lost his appeal in December 2019). Listen to an exclusive audio clip from their interview below.