Bill Cosby's lead attorney, Monique Pressley, appeared on NBC's Today Thursday to address the felony sexual assault charge filed against the 78-year-old comedian Wednesday. "I can't testify, really, about his state of mind, personally," Pressley told Savannah Guthrie via satellite. "He's been accused unjustly of a crime so certainly that's upsetting, but he's in good spirits and he knows that he has a legal team that is intent on defending him until he is exonerated."
In her criminal affidavit, Andrea Constand said that while working as the director of Temple University's women's basketball team in 2004, she was invited to Cosby's home to discuss her future plans. The affidavit says that during the visit, the comedian gave Constand pills, which left her feeling "...
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