Former US indication Janice Dickinson has confronted comedian Bill Cosby in court, alleging he unperceiving and raped her in a hotel room in 1982.
She “wanted to punch him in a face” after a purported conflict and was left in earthy pain, she told a court.
Mr Cosby is confronting a second hearing on allegations he unperceiving and intimately assaulted a former colleague, and has been indicted by some-more than 50 women.
The decider has authorised 5 women to take a mount during a retrial.
Mr Cosby, 80, is usually criminally indicted of assaulting one lady – former Temple university worker Andrea Constand – due to government of reduction laws.
But Judge Steven O’Neill has ruled that 5 other accusers can offer as “prior bad acts” witnesses, that a charge says will settle a allotment of misconduct.
“I wanted to strike him, wanted to punch him in a face,” Ms Dickinson, 63, told a courtroom in Norristown, Pennsylvania. “I felt anger, was humiliated, disgusted, ashamed.”
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Ms Dickinson, who was 27 during a time, pronounced she had flown from Bali to accommodate a famous comedian during a hotel room in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, after he betrothed to assistance with her behaving and singing aspirations.
The former existence radio star testified Mr Cosby offering her a blue tablet that he pronounced would assistance with annoy from menstrual cramps.
“He smelled like cigars and espresso and his physique odour,” she said. “I couldn’t move, we felt like we was rendered motionless.”
“Here was America’s father on tip of me, happily married male with 5 children and how very, really wrong it was,” she said.
She pronounced she confronted a comedian a subsequent day about a occurrence and asked him since he did it.
He allegedly responded: “You’re crazy,” she said.
Ms Dickinson pronounced she did not go to military since she suspicion it would destroy her career.
Mr Cosby’s lawyers forked out she authored a discourse in 2002 that done no discuss of a assault, and review a thoroughfare in that she wrote she had never entered Mr Cosby’s room and took dual quaaludes in her possess room.
Ms Dickinson told a justice she was suggested to leave a attack out of a book for authorised reasons and felt pressured to do so since she indispensable a money.
She combined she “wasn’t underneath oath” when she wrote a book.
On Monday it emerged that Mr Cosby paid Ms Constand roughly $3.4m (£2.4m) in a polite allotment in 2006.
The horde of The Cosby Show was once a biggest name in US television, synonymous with rational family entertainment, and a Hollywood explorer for African Americans.
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Last June, a Pennsylvania decider announced a mistrial after jurors unsuccessful to strech a unanimous verdict.