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Chief Cosby accuser says she was too weak to 'fight him off'
Bill Cosby's chief accuser has taken the witness stand for the second time to tell a story of molestation and broken trust
The one baseball's been waiting for
A version of this story appears in ESPN The Magazine's April 23 NEXT issue. Subscribe today! Luis Valbuena bears witness. The Angels third baseman watches Shohei Ohtani finish the first inning of his first start with a three-pitch strikeout that starts with a 100 mph fastball and ends with an 89
Defense paints Bill Cosby's primary accuser as a 'con artist'
Bill Cosby 's attorney launched a blistering courtroom attack Tuesday against the comedian's main accuser, portraying her as "con artist" who targeted a "lonely man" with false accusations of sexual assault for one reason -- money. Tom Mesereau, the celebrity lawyer who got Michael Jackson
There's royalty, and there's royalty, American style
There's royalty, with actual crowns and thrones, and there's royalty, American style
Prosecutor says Cosby paid accuser nearly $3.4M
A prosecutor says Bill Cosby paid nearly $3.4 million to the woman he's charged with sexually assaulting at his suburban Philadelphia home
Bill Cosby's sex-assault retrial won't be like the first one
Bill Cosby's sexual assault retrial likely won't be anything like his first one.
The key people to watch at Bill Cosby's sex assault retrial
Opening statements start Monday in Bill Cosby's retrial on sexual assault charges stemming from allegations he drugged and molested a woman at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004. The key figures to watch include: BILL COSBY Cosby, 80, amassed a $400 million fortune as an actor and comedian best
Timeline in Bill Cosby's sexual assault case
Opening statements begin Monday in Bill Cosby's retrial on sexual assault charges stemming from a 2004 encounter at his home near Philadelphia. Andrea Constand, a former Temple University women's basketball official who says Cosby drugged and molested her, will testify along with as many as five
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