For nearly half a century, Bill Cosby brought warmth and laughter into hearts across the country, cementing his image as “America’s Dad.” But he also led a dark, secret life preying on women. The comedian carefully coaxed each one into feeling safe and cared for, then left them to pick up the pieces of their lives. It all started with Andrea Constand. She carried the burden of being the only one of the 60-plus accusers whose case could be tried in a court of law. Now, she's telling her side of the story, along with firsthand accounts from more than a dozen survivors, jurors and...
A live discussion hosted by L.A. Times columnist Patt Morrison that brings together journalist and Chasing Cosby podcast host Nicki Weisensee Egan, Andrea Constand, and other survivors to discuss the rise and fall of Bill Cosby.
With the retrial full speed ahead, there’s tension in the courtroom. Survivors take to the stand to confront Cosby face to face. Then, after more than a decade, we arrive at the moment of truth.
There are 63 women accusing Bill Cosby of assault or attempted assault when the district attorney decides to reopen the case. There’s also a bigger movement underway, with many of the survivors joining forces to change the statute of limitations laws in their respective states.