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.
“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.