“There went any possibility of a guilty verdict.” “This is because I’m doubtful in these high form cases.” Model Janice Dickinson says she built part of her Bill Cosby attack story in her memoir, and Newsroom readers are shocked.
Dickinson took the mount on Thursday in the Cosby passionate attack retrial. In her testimony, the former existence star recounted a 1982 occurrence in a Lake Tahoe, Calif., hotel room, in which she claims she was unperceiving and raped by the comedian. Cosby’s attorney, Tom Mesereau, confronted Dickinson, indicating out the outline of the attack in her 2002 memoir, “No Lifeguard on Duty: The Accidental Life of the World’s First Supermodel,” is different. She responded: “It’s all a phony there because we wanted the paycheck for my kids.”
Dickinson certified she concocted stories for her book and that her ghostwriter took “poetic license” with her life story. She strongly maintains her explain that she was assaulted by Cosby, responding, “They weren’t there! And you weren’t there! And I’m revelation the genuine story!”
Her testimony has left Newsroom readers undetermined and doubt Dickinson’s credibility. “A lot of people have a hard time revelation the law these days,” one commenter wrote. Another chimed in: “When you acknowledge to fabricating stories for money, you no longer reason any of the little credit you had.”
Dickinson testified she cut out the story of being intimately assaulted by Cosby after her publisher warned her it could hurt her career.
Cosby’s first hearing finished in a mistrial in Jun when a jury could not strech a verdict.