“I have three friends for you to make you relax,” Cosby told Andrea Constand as he gave her three unmarked pills, Feden said, quoting from Cosby’s deposition.Constand, who said she thought it was an herbal product, told police she fell into a stupor, unable to rebuff him as he molested her on the couch. Prosecutors on Monday opened the trial with a woman who broke down in tears as she testified that the comedian had violated her, eight years earlier, at a hotel bungalow in Los Angeles.Kelly Johnson, of Atlanta, worked for one of Cosby’s agents at the William Morris Agency.
He was instead joined by a TV daughter, Keshia Knight Pulliam, who was five when he made her a child star on the “The Cosby Show.” A prosecutor in opening statements urged the jury to focus on the man, not the fictional characters he created. “In reality, we only have a glimpse of who they really are.” About 60 women have accused Cosby of sexually assaulting them since 1965, but Cosby is charged in just one case, involving a former Temple University basketball team employee who said he drugged and molested her at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.
"She wanted a baby really fast, and what I was trying to explain to her was that -- from my beliefs, from seeing other successful people -- that when you first get married, especially since we didn't have a long courtship, that we should actually focus on each other and not just have a baby," he said.
She is known for her childhood role as Rudy Huxtable, the youngest child of Cliff and Clair Huxtable at just the age of 5 to 13, on the NBC sitcom The Cosby Show (1984–92) and as Miranda Lucas-Payne on the TBS comedy-drama Tyler Perry's House of Payne (2007–12).
Knight Pulliam won a celebrity version of Fear Factor in September 2002.
She also won a celebrity version of The Weakest Link, and participated in Celebrity Mole 2: Yucatan.