Andrea Constand

His spokesman Andrew Wyatt gave a rare interview, describing the disgraced comedian's life in prison.
Despite a prison sentence and “sexually violent predator” label, Bill Cosby’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star is here to stay.
"Bill Cosby took my beautiful, healthy young spirit and crushed it," Constand wrote.
The comedian's sentence for drugging and sexually assaulting Constand is expected to be handed down Tuesday.
Though we should be wary of ascribing too much to the decision of 12 jurors, the case sends a strong message to survivors of sexual assault.
Here's how the women who came forward reacted after Cosby was found guilty.
Bill Cosby is convicted of the sexual assault of one woman, Andrea Constand. But a lot of other women were emotional over the guilty verdict.
The 80-year-old comedian was accused of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004.
The jury has spoken: Bill Cosby found guilty.
Prosecutors say the admission helps establish a pattern of serial sexual abuse.
The former model testified she was warned that revealing the assault would ruin her career, so she left it out of her book.
Bill Cosby the first major figure on trial for allegations of sexual misconduct since the Weinstein effect and the growth of the Time’s Up and Me Too movements.
She's one of five women prosecutors are allowed to call as witnesses to "prior bad acts."
Widespread disregard for sexual assault victims makes prosecuting their alleged attackers incredibly difficult
Bill Cosby’s reps say the comedian will be hosting town hall meetings to educate young people on what constitutes sexual assault.
In a statement with lawyers, Andrea Constand thanked prosecutors and police.
The judge has declared a mistrial, which means Cosby is neither found guilty nor acquitted.
Cosby's accuser had never before spoken publicly about the alleged assault.