'I was frozen': Cosby accuser says she was drugged, groped

In my head, I was trying to get my hands to move, my legs to move, but I was frozen. "They were limp and I wasn't able to get there, to fight, to get away".

Cosby, 79, is charged with drugging and violating Constand at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.

She quoted him as saying - "They'll take the edge off". "And I felt him take my hand and place it on his penis and move it back and forth".

"Afterward, Constand said, 'I felt really humiliated and I felt really confused'".

Tuesday marked the first time Constand had faced each other in court since 2005, when she was given a financial settlement after she filed a civil suit against Cosby.

Constand quickly defended her actions, arguing that she was obligated to keep communication open with Cosby on official Temple University business, and more importantly, to find out what pill he gave her that night.

Constand's allegations unleashed a tidal wave of more than 60 women who claimed the man once dubbed America's Dad had drugged and sexually assaulted them as well.

Bill Cosby arrives with actress Sheila Frazier, left, and Frazier's husband John Atchison, a celebrity hairstylist, for his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa., Wednesday, June 7, 2017. "He is 10 years older than even her own father", the mother testified, breaking down on the stand. "And I believed he supported numerous athletic programs", Constand said.

Every accusation but Constand's is too old to be the subject of criminal prosecution and the outcome of trial in Norristown, Pennsylvania, hinges on whether jurors are persuaded by her testimony.

Constand isn't his only alleged victim on the stand.

"I felt that if I had gone to police, Mr. Cosby would retaliate and try to hurt me, that he would try to hurt me and my family in some way", Constand said. He said Johnson made the disclosure while pursuing a claim that she had developed debilitating stress from her secretarial job.

What's more, Constand's seemingly suggestive behavior toward Cosby was brought into question.

His legal team said he had only offered Ms Constand Quaaludes - a sedative widely used recreationally in the United States in the 1970s - after she complained of having trouble sleeping. Cosby has repeatedly denied all criminal wrongdoing, describing his encounter with Constand as consensual. Asst. District Attorney Kristen Feden asked the former college basketball star before her testimony concluded.

She said she lost consciousness soon after Cosby pressured her to take a large white pill.

She said she had rebuffed his sexual advances before the 2004 assault. Allyn reports that the woman was subjected to a tough cross-examination by Cosby's attorney, who attempted to show that her memory was incorrect.

Kelly Johnson, Ms Sewell's daughter, testified on Monday that he gave her a pill to "relax" during a meeting at his Los Angeles hotel room for career advice.

Mason testified that Constand said she'd waited to come forward because she was embarrassed and was daunted by Cosby's strong standing at his alma mater Temple University, where she worked for the basketball program. She added she couldn't move her legs or hands.