Bill Cosby Juror Thinks Andrea Constand Was Asking For It

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In the days following a mistrial in the case of Bill Cosby’s alleged sexual assault Andrea Constand, jurors from the court room are slowly starting to break their silence. Speaking to the Philadelphia Inquirer on the condition of anonymity, one male juror essentially went on to say Andrea was asking for it because of the way she was dressed on one occasion: “Let’s face it: She went up to his house with a bare midriff and incense and bath salts. What the heck?” And added “she was well-coached” on the witness stand. Related: Two Jurors Reportedly Refused To Convict Cosby More like WTF, dude! No matter how someone is dressed, it does not mean you can take advantage of them nor are they asking to be sexually assaulted then or anytime down the road! In fact, he believes Andrea should have been “dressed properly and left the incense in the store,” if she wanted to show up to the comedian’s home. The juror also added that at one point there was a 10-2 vote to convict Cosby though, but then three other jurors later changed their votes. According to him, the votes were split “up the middle: young and old, black and white, men and women.” While he didn’t share which way he voted, he believes the disgraced star has “paid dearly” because of the allegations, and thinks a retrial would be a waste. He also thinks that over 60 women have accused the 79-year-old of sexual misconduct “is ridiculous, unbelievable”: “I think more than half jumped on the bandwagon.” This is extremely saddening. Meanwhile, Bill plans on educating people about sexual assault… [Image via WENN.] PerezHilton