“No, those calls were because Warren Chambers had asked me to deliver salt products to Mr. Cosby and his wife,” Constand explained.
“But you weren’t drugged that night,” Agrusa pressed.
Constand replied, “That’s right.”
Four days later, Constand changed her story and told police she believed the sexual assault happened between mid-January and mid-February 2004.
“So once you got hold of your phone records and realized you could not have been passed out and unconscious, you changed your story,” Cosby’s lawyer challenged.
Speaking publicly about the alleged 2004 assault for the very first time, Constand described how she passed out after Cosby gave her three blue pills. But phone records revealed she was placing at least 10 calls while she was “unconscious.”
Constand also testified that she was “really confused” and “had a lot running through my mind” when she first reported the assault to police in 2005.
Yeah, right! Another made up case of a woman who “conveniently” forgot about her most miserable night in life… Unless she loved the sex? Or the alleged sexual assault never happened.