Janice Dickinson

"In reality, nothing can erase the experience and memory of an assault," the model said on Thursday.
Dickinson laughed at the comedian in court after he was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison.
The comedian was sentenced to three to 10 years in state prison for the sexual assault of Andrea Constand.
Cosby was found guilty of sexual assault last week, but sentencing has not been set.
The former model testified she was warned that revealing the assault would ruin her career, so she left it out of her book.
She's one of five women prosecutors are allowed to call as witnesses to "prior bad acts."
"I'm gonna stick around for a long, long time, you ain't getting rid of me yet."
Revisit our conversations with Cosby's lawyer and stars of "The Cosby Show."
As a high-profile supermodel and frequent reality TV star, Janice Dickinson has had a long career in the spotlight. The outspoken
Dickinson recalled the alleged assault in graphic detail, explaining that she found herself alone in a Lake Tahoe hotel room
Everyone is certainly entitled to his or her opinion on Bill Cosby's innocence or lack thereof. Yet, I can only of think of one question: Why bother defending this man when he hardly defends himself?
In 2005, Andrea Constand, the former director of operations for the Temple University women's basketball team, filed a lawsuit
What we are really asking when we ask sexual assault victims why they stayed, why they drank, why they took the pills, is Why did you allow yourself to become prey?
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In response to such lovely bon mots, fellow "Top Model" judge Kelly Cutrone called Dickinson "an erratic, unpredictable bitch