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Bloom told Daily Mail.com: 'We just arrived here with Janice Dickinson, she's called as a witness in the Bill Cosby trial. There were about a million reasons to say no to this but one reason to say yes, that's because it's the right thing to do and that's why we're here.'Dickinson, 63, and her entourage were then driven away in a red SUV and taken to an undisclosed location closer to the Montgomery County court house where the retrial will take place.The retrial, which began last week with jury selection, will restart Monday with six women who accuse the comedian of rape set to take the stand.That is a jump from the first trial, where there were just two women who took the stand - plaintiff Andrea Constand and Kelly Johnson.This time Constand will be taking the stand once again, but will be joined by Janice Baker-Kinney, Chelan lasha, Lisa-Lotte Lublin, Heidi Thomas and Dickinson.
As Jackson recalled it, a news report came on the TV about a famous person besieged by sexual-assault claims, and Constand said something similar had happened to her. She was convinced to come forward, she testified Wednesday, after discussing the case with a comedian she met in late 2016 who put her in touch with Cosby’s lawyers. Stewart Ryan seized on that moment in his cross-examination, suggesting that Cosby’s lawyers had shaped Jackson’s testimony to suit their case. ” But Jackson remained unruffled and soon ceded the witness stand to a string of quick defense witnesses who included Cosby’s private chef and Charles Kipps, a writer who worked with Cosby on projects like the mid-1990s TV show movie.
The model gave an interview in 2014 saying that Cosby invited her to dinner to discuss a role on The Cosby Show and at one point offered her a glass of wine and a pill.'The next morning I woke up, and I wasn't wearing my pajamas, and I remember before I passed out that I had been sexually assaulted by this man,' she told Entertainment Tonight.'I remember waking up with my pajamas off and there was semen in between my legs.'Dickinson said her last memory of the night was of Cosby taking off his robe and climbing on top of her, and that the next morning she remembers 'a lot of pain.'In an interview with CNN in 2015 Dickinson said she did not consent to having sex with Cosby. Soon after that 2014 interview aired, Cosby's attorney Marty Singer responded to requests for comment by disputing Dickinson's claim that she was drugged and raped by his client and calling the allegation 'an outrageous defamatory lie.'A judge ruled in November that because he sent out that statement and a subsequent press release Singer will also face claims in the case.'We fail to see how justice is served by granting Singer a windfall immunity based on Cosby’s pursuit of a meritless motion,' wrote California Second District Court of Appeals Associate Justice Laurence Rubin.