He asked at one point whether she spread a rumor that she was pregnant with Stallone's child.
Wearing a white blazer and coral top, the former basketball player sat erect in the witness box, calmly responding to questions from the prosecution but became more nervous under cross-examination from the defense. "I couldn't move, I felt like I was rendered motionless, just immobile".
After the call, he got on top of her. Cosby opened his robe, with Dickinson saying he smelled cigar and espresso. "How very, very wrong it was".
The protection has dismissed the opposite girls's testimony as "prosecution by distraction".
Dickinson told the court she felt vaginal pain and "passed out after he entered me".
That's not to say that their testimonies are identical.
"These women proved that they were here to back up their sister - they got their sister's back", he said.
Heidi Thomas sounded nearly chipper on the stand, detailing an idyllic childhood and a happily-ever-after adulthood in which Cosby was some kind of nightmarish intermission in an otherwise dreamy existence.
Dickinson said there was a big difference between a celebrity book and testifying under oath. He said, 'These will help you relax.'.
Mesereau attempted to paint her as naive at best or deceptive at worst for claiming she never thought Cosby found her attractive given passes he had made, and gifts of perfume and cashmere sweaters. "And I just wanted to go home".
Five other women have spent the week telling jurors that the entertainer is a serial rapist who also harmed them.
Constand says the pills instead made her black out. She used the word "stupid" several times, always in reference to herself.
The charged rhetoric irritated Cosby's legal professionals, who misplaced three bids for a mistrial, as prosecutors constructed a case that the person as soon as revered as "America's Dad" was one in all Hollywood's greatest predators lengthy earlier than he met Constand, the chief accuser in his retrial.
"It's all a fabrication there because I wanted the pay cheque", Dickinson said, repeatedly invoking "poetic licence" to feed and educate her children.
Dickinson said she did not report the assault to police out of fear it would destroy her career. We weren't discussing my career.
But there's one thing all these women have in common that might hearten Cosby's defense attorneys: Inconsistencies in their accounts. "They're your friends. They'll take the edge off'".
Dickinson is the fourth of five accusers permitted by Montgomery County Judge Steven O'Neill to tell their stories to the jury in the suburban Philadelphia courtroom.
She testified that he gave her a little blue pill, which she swallowed.
"It still takes me everything within my being to say the words, 'I was raped, '" she testified.
But the women do have explanations for these discrepancies. "I can remember feeling anger, disgust, and ashamed", she also told the jury. Cosby never agreed to that. "And I was really confused".
The case has besmirched the legacy of the actor once adored by millions as "America's Dad" for his role as lovable father and obstetrician Cliff Huxtable on the hit 1984-92 television series "The Cosby Show". I knew the lawyers at HarperCollins weren't going to risk it. A very powerful man.
Turning to Cosby, she mentioned: "You keep in mind, do not you, Mr. Cosby?" She discovered semen between her legs, Dickinson told the jury.
Lasha said the reason her press release, dictated to Allred, contains more detail than her police statement, was due to the fact that the male Los Angeles Police Department officers who interviewed her at her home in 2014 instructed her "to make it as short as possible". "I wanted a paycheck", she said.
The Associated Press doesn't typically identify people who say they're victims of sexual assault unless they grant permission, which Constand and the other women have done. "The officer acted like he didn't believe what I was saying in the first place". When he finished the call, she claims he climbed on top of her.
Judge O'Neill allowed only one other accuser, Kelly Johnson, to testify in Cosby's first trial past year, and her testimony was partially undermined by her imprecision about when her alleged encounter with Cosby happened.