"He needs help and he needs to repent for what he did."
After 13 years, the woman who confronted Bill Cosby in a criminal court breaks her silence for "Dateline."
Cosby, who turns 81 in July, will be sentenced Sept. 24 — almost five months to the day after he was convicted of sexual assault.
The board of governors met this week and voted to oust the comedian and the director in accordance with the organization's "standards of conduct."
"You cannot make a generalization about the entire country’s ability to deal with sexual violence based on one criminal case,” an advocate said.
"In the case of Bill Cosby, unproven accusations evolved into lynch mobs," she said.
"Mr. Cosby admitted to giving these quaaludes to women, young women, in order to have sex with them."
The judge's order says the comedian can leave his house only to meet with his lawyers or to get medical treatment, but must get permission before doing so.
"The big battle is whether in fact he gets jail time,” a former federal prosecutor said.
Cosby, 80, faces a maximum sentence of 10 years and a fine of up to $25,000 on each of three counts.
The guilty verdict leveled against Bill Cosby on Thursday irrevocably damages his artistic legacy, experts say.
"We are vindicated, we are validated, and we are now part of the tsunami of women's power and justice," said one accuser, Victoria Valentino.
"I'm stunned," said Tarana Burke, the activist who originally coined the phrase "Me too" for survivors of sexual assault.
The jury will decide whether Cosby, 80, is guilty of three counts of aggravated assault.
"I was very scared. I didn't know what was happening with my body."
Janice Dickinson says: “I was seated at the edge of the bed. He smelled like cigars and espresso. I couldn’t move."
"I blamed myself," one woman testified. "I thought it was my fault for 30 years."
The judge will also let jury hear how much Cosby paid his accuser to settle a lawsuit.
Only one extra accuser was allowed to testify at Bill Cosby's first trial. This time, a judge will let five more take the stand.
Bill Cosby, whose last trial ended in a hung jury, will be retried next month on charges he drugged and molested Andrea Constand in 2004.
Bill Cosby's last trial ended with a hung jury. His next one starts in April in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
Bill Cosby took the stage Monday at a jazz club in Philadelphia — in a rare public appearance just two months before jury selection is scheduled to begin in his retrial for a sexual assault case.
Bill Cosby faces retrial in April on charges he drugged and sexually assaulted Andrea Constand in 2004.
Bill Cosby announced Tom Mesereau and two other lawyers are joining his team.
Brian McMonagle, Cosby's lead defense attorney, has asked a judge for permission to withdraw from the Andrea Constand case, which is scheduled to be retried.
An attorney for Bill Cosby said Tuesday that it is unlikely the comedian will speak publicly about his sexual assault case, after his spokesman said he was considering a series of town halls.
Bill Cosby's first trial ended with a hung jury, but prosecutors plan to try him again.
One member of the hung jury in Bill Cosby's mistrial said the panel was deeply divided from the very start of its marathon deliberations.
Legal experts say it would be risky for Bill Cosby to take the stand at his retrial.
Bill Cosby's trial ended with a hung jury after 52 hours of deliberations.
Bill Cosby, back in the 1980s, was the sweater-wearing Dr. Cliff Huxtable who dispensed wit and wisdom on the "The Cosby Show."
The "Cosby Show" actor was charged with drugging and molesting Andrea Constand in 2004.
Jewel Allison was in the courtroom when a judge declared a mistrial in the Bill Cosby case.
The jury in the Bill Cosby trial has been deliberating more than 50 hours.
A jury in the Bill Cosby trial failed to reach a verdict Friday and will resume deliberations on Saturday.
The jury has deliberated more about 40 hours.
The men and women who must decide if Cosby drugged and molested Andrea Constand in 2004 have now spent almost 30 hours reviewing evidence or deliberating.
The jury in the Bill Cosby case failed to reach a verdict on its second day of deliberations after spending 12 hours behind closed doors.
Jurors must decide whether Bill Cosby is guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault that carry up to 10 years in prison.
A spokesman has suggested that Bill Cosby might testify, but legal experts say that's highly doubtful.
The judge denied a defense bid to make Andrea Constand's sexual orientation an issue at Bill Cosby's trial.
A detective read Bill Cosby's 2004 police interview at his sexual assault trial on Thursday.
Keshia Knight-Pulliam, Joe Torry and Sheila Frazier are among those showing support for Bill Cosby in the courtoom.
Andrea Constand and her mother Gianna testified during the third day of Bill Cosby's trial.
“You were calling Mr. Cosby with alarming frequency, weren’t you?” a defense lawyer asked Constand.
Cosby's defense attorney told reporters she's "just getting started" with cross-examining the woman Bill Cosby is charged with drugging and molesting.
Andrea Constand, the woman at the center of the Bill Cosby trial, took the stand Tuesday and told a jury that the comedian sexually assaulted her in 2004.
Bill Cosby’s trial opened Monday with one of his accusers, Kelly Johnson, taking the stand.
Day one was full of drama and emotion. Cosby, 79, will be back in a Pennsylvania courtroom Tuesday for the second day of testimony.
Actress Keshia Knight Pulliam attended the first day of the sexual assault trial.
Prosecutors and defense lawyers have been fighting over the evidence for a year.
A handful of women who say they were assaulted by Bill Cosby plan to attend his trial on charges he drugged and molested Andrea Constand.
Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial begins June 5 in Montgomery County near Philadelphia.
Only two black jurors were chosen for Cosby's trial, which begins in June outside Philadelphia.
So far, 11 jurors have been selected; only one is black.
The vast majority of prospective jurors said they knew about the case.
Jury selection begins Monday in Pittsburgh, two weeks before the trial starts June 5 in the Philadelphia suburbs.
The comedian spoke out days before jury selection is set to begin.
The comedian's sexual-assault trial starts in early June.
The Pennsylvania jury will be anonymous and sequestered.
The TV star wrote about the aphrodisiac in a 1991 book.
He's asked a judge to exclude evidence of the lawsuit agreement.
His lawyers said they doubt he can get a fair trial anywhere because he's been "demonized."
Prosecutors hoped to have 13 women take the stand. An analyst called the ruling a win for Cosby, who is charged with drugging and molesting a woman.
He says the trial should be held in a bigger place to increase the chance of finding an impartial jury.
The day opened with the comedian joking to guards, 'Don't tase me, bro."
Prosecutors will urge the judge to allow up to 13 women to testify against Cosby to back up his accuser's storyline with evidentiary force.
The comedian has denied drugging and molesting a woman at his home in 2004.
Bill Cosby does not think his career is over, and according to his lawyer, he expects to be cleared of all charges and resume entertaining fans.
The defense is trying to get a sex abuse case against the comedian tossed.
"Race has nothing to do with it,” said Lili Bernard, a black actress who alleges the comedian drugged and raped her in the '90s.
Embattled comedy legend Bill Cosby's lawyers are invoking "racial bias" in the sexual assault case against him.
The comedian's lawyers made the claim as a trial date was set.
The lawsuit had demanded that she repay money from a confidential court settlement. Her lawyer said "the dismissal is a victory for all victims."
In a motion filed Wednesday, Cosby's lawyers said he had a right to confront Andrea Constand, who alleges he assaulted her in 2004.
His lawyers argued they should have been allowed to grill his accuser.
For the first time since the Bill Cosby scandal broke, the once-beloved comedian is headed to trial. Here is what you need to know.
The sexual assault case against legendary comedian Bill Cosby will go to trial, a judge decided Tuesday.
Bill Cosby has been ordered to stand trial on assault charges, joining a long list of celebrity trials that transfixed the nation.
Camille Cosby yielded few answers to questions during a deposition as part of a defamation lawsuit filed by seven women against her husband.
Bill Cosby's lawyers have asked the state Supreme Court for another chance to have his criminal sexual-assault case thrown out.The defense argued that
Several women suing Bill Cosby for defamation won a key ruling that will allow them to view case files related to the Andrea Constand case.
Camille Cosby said she did discuss the 2005 deposition with her husband Bill Cosby, according to court documents released Monday.
A lawyer for women suing Bill Cosby said the comedian's wife repeatedly invoked marital privilege.
Monday's deposition marks Camille Cosby's her first detailed comments since her husband was indicted on sex crimes charges in December.
A federal judge scheduled Camille Cosby's deposition for Monday morning to answer questions related to sexual assault allegations against her husband.
Bill Cosby's wife has filed a last-ditch request to avoid or relocate a legal deposition scheduled for Monday.
The actor is charged with sexually assaulting a woman in 2004.
The comedian's lawyers are pushing to get sex-assault charges tossed.
A judge is hearing arguments on claims that Cosby was promised in 2005 he would not be prosecuted.
A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Pittsburgh-area woman who claims Cosby defamed her while responding to abuse allegations.
An Arizona congressman will introduce legislation to revoke embattled comedian Bill Coby’s Presidential Medal of Freedom on Friday.
Bill Cosby has just dodged criminal charges on two rape accusations — one from just eight years ago and another five decades old.
Attorneys for seven women suing Bill Cosby for defamation sought her testimony as to the comedians "sexual proclivities" and use of Quaaludes.
The magistrate judge said that as Cosby's wife and business manager it's "plausible" that she could have relevant information in a defamation case.
The attorneys say the deposition subpoena, part of a civil defamation suit, seek knowledge of Cosby's "proclivities" that are irrelevant.
A lead attorney representing Bill Cosby said that the felony sexual assault charge filed against the comedian Wednesday is the result of "political football."
Andrea Constand, a former Temple University employee, had told police he drugged and violated her at his home near Philadelphia in 2004.
Potentially any of the more than 40 accusers who claim Cosby made unwanted sexual advances toward them could be permitted to testify, experts say.
Bill Cosby sued supermodel Beverly Johnson for defamation on Monday.