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Bill Cosby, center, is lead by spokesperson Andrew Wyatt to a personal room during a break in Cosby’s sexual attack trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse, Wednesday, April 25, 2018, in Norristown, Pa. (AP Photo/Corey Perrine, Swimming Pool)

Andrea Constand once stated she could produce sexual attack claims against a celebrity for financial gain, an essential defense witness testified last Wednesday in Bill Cosby’s sexual assaulttrial. Jurors will hear back the whole testament of Marguerite “Margo” Jackson, a worker of Temple University for over 30-years, to compare her testimony to Constand’s.

They will hear the whole testimony of Margo Jackson, consisting of direct, cross, reroute, recross after they consume dinner.Marguerite Jackson

, who operated at Temple University with Constand, told jurors in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania that the 2 shared a room throughout a basketball journey to Rhode Island in February 2004. While viewing a report about a celeb accused of drugging and sexually assaulting somebody, Constand said “something comparable happened to me,”said Jackson, among several defense witnesses.

Marguerite Jackson, a key defensive witness, walks into courtroom A after a break in the Expense Cosby sexual attack trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse, Wednesday, April 18, 2018, in Norristown, Pa. (AP Photo/Corey Perrine, Pool)

“I resembled, ‘Actually, who? When? “Jackson recounted. “She stated ‘she wasn’t going to say,’ and I stated, ‘Did you report it?'” Constand stated she did not report the claim “due to the fact that I couldn’t show it,” inning accordance with Jackson.After Jackson asked

her if it was true a 3rd time, Constand stated it was not but she might say it was.”I could file a civil fit, get that loan, quit my task, return to school, and begin a business,” Constand said, according to Jackson.The case against Cosby centers on statement from Andrea Constand, a former employee with Temple University females’s basketball team. Cosby’s defense team has argued that their interaction was consensual. Constand is a scam artist, they argued, who wanted a piece of Cosby’s fortune.The judge managing Bill Cosby’s sex assault retrial rejected jurors’requests simply around 3:30 p.m. to compare 2 statements– provided more than a year apart– by a defense witness who claims she existed when the performer’s accuser prepared her story.Last year, a various jury could not pertain to a consentaneous decision on any of these 3 charges for Cosby, leading O’Neill to declare a mistrial.The jury is made up of seven guys and five women and they have been sequestered in a hotel during the trial’s 2 weeks of testament. One male and one female are African-American, and the rest seem white.

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