Janice Dickenson Testifies Against Bill Cosby

FILE - This combination of file photos shows Bill Cosby leaving Montgomery County Courthouse after a hearing in his sexual assault case in Norristown, Pa., on Aug. 22, 2017, left, and model Janice Dickinson leaving Los Angeles Superior Court after a judge ruled her defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby on March 29, 2016. Prosecutors have revealed that Dickinson is one of the five additional accusers they plan to have testify at Cosby’s sexual assault retrial. Prosecutors listed Dickinson in a letter informing Judge Steven O’Neill which women they planned to call at Cosby’s April 2, 2018, retrial on charges he drugged and molested a woman in 2004. The letter was made public Wednesday, March 28 as an appeals court rejected Cosby’s bid to challenge O’Neill’s decision allowing the women to testify. (AP Photo, Files)

FILE – This combination of file photos shows Bill Cosby leaving Montgomery County Courthouse after a hearing in his sexual assault case in Norristown, Pa., on Aug. 22, 2017, left, and model Janice Dickinson leaving Los Angeles Superior Court after a judge ruled her defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby on March 29, 2016. Prosecutors have revealed that Dickinson is one of the five additional accusers they plan to have testify at Cosby’s sexual assault retrial. Prosecutors listed Dickinson in a letter informing Judge Steven O’Neill which women they planned to call at Cosby’s April 2, 2018, retrial on charges he drugged and molested a woman in 2004. The letter was made public Wednesday, March 28 as an appeals court rejected Cosby’s bid to challenge O’Neill’s decision allowing the women to testify. (AP Photo, Files)

The day before Bill Cosby’s chief accuser was to take the witness stand at his sexual assault retrial, a former model and TV personality on Thursday gave jurors her own harrowing account of being drugged and raped by the comedy star in 1982.

Janice Dickinson, one of five other accusers who testified against Cosby, told jurors that the comedian gave her a pill he claimed would ease her menstrual cramps but instead left her immobilized and unable to stop an assault she called “gross.”

“I didn’t consent to this. Here was ‘America’s Dad,’ on top of me. A married man, father of five kids, on top of me,” Dickinson said. “I was thinking how wrong it was. How very wrong it was.”

Dickinson’s testimony helped prosecutors tee up a climactic courtroom appearance by Andrea Constand, the former Temple University women’s basketball administrator whom Cosby is charged with drugging and molesting at his suburban Philadelphia mansion in 2004. Constand was expected to testify Friday — the second time she will face a jury after Cosby’s first trial ended without a verdict.