Janice Dickinson sat down with one of the prosecutors in disgraced Bill Cosby’s sexual assault case the week of March 19, a source close to the situation confirmed.
The prosecutor “flew to Los Angeles from Pennsylvania last week to personally question and interview Janice Dickinson to determine if she should be called to the witness stand as one of the five women that the judge said could testify,” the source reveals.
“It was extremely traumatic for Janice, and emotional,” the source adds. The 63-year-old model was one of the first of dozens of women to accuse the disgraced comedian of sexual assault. Dickinson alleges that Cosby, now 80, raped her in a hotel room in 1982. His lawyer at the time called her claims a “fabricated lie.”
According to the source, at the end of the prosecutor’s interview with Dickinson, “it was determined that the jury should hear what she has to say as one of the alleged prior bad acts committed by Mr. Cosby.”
The model’s lawyer Lisa Bloom said, “Janice is ready to testify if she’s called by prosecutors to do so.”