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NORRISTOWN, Pa. — Several women who are among some 60 who’ve accused Bill Cosby of drugging and molesting them staged an emotional celebration of his conviction Thursday, calling it a victory in the era of #MeToo.
“I feel like I’m dreaming. Can you pinch me?” sobbed accuser Lili Bernard on the steps of the Montgomery County Courthouse, where a jury found Cosby guilty of sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004. “This is a victory not just for Andrea Constand. Thank you so much to the jury for positioning yourself on the right side of history.”
Celebrity attorney Gloria Allred, who represented some of the Cosby accusers, read aloud statements from three of the women who testified against the fallen funnyman earlier this month.
“Thirty-two years of nightmares and tears are over,” said Chelan Lasha.
“I truly hope that his long list of victims will be able to find some kind of peace,” said Maude Lise-Lotte Lublin.
Janice Baker-Kinney said she was overwhelmed with “relief and gratitude.”
“We can now move forward with our heads held high,” she added.
Allred praised Constand for taking “the risk” and testifying twice about being drugged and sexually assaulted at Cosby’s Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, home.
“The #MeToo movement is alive, it is well. And it is living in Montgomery County,” said Allred.
Constand was ushered out a side door after the verdict was read. She showed little reaction to the news in court, except to tilt her head back with her eyes closed — and breathe a sigh of relief.
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