Cosby Defense Cites Inconsistencies in Constand’s Testimony

Andrea Constand was on the stand Wednesday for a second day in Bill Cosby’s sex assault case in Montgomery County Court.

The defense cited inconsistencies in Constand’s testimony concerning the night she says Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her at his Cheltenham Township home in January of 2004. Cosby attorney Angela Agrusa grilled Constand on phone calls she’s alleged to have made when she said she was drugged and unconscious. On Tuesday Constand testified that Cosby gave her three blue pills to help relax. Constand testified that she was Cosby’s home that night seeking advice about a possible career change. Constand, at the time of the alleged sex assault, was employed at Temple University. Agrusa also asked Constand if the dinner she had with Cosby was romantic, but Constand maintained that it was just dinner with Cosby, whom she considered a friend.