Bruce Castor, who was Montgomery County District Attorney at the time, reviewed the investigation conducted by local police and declined to press criminal charges against Cosby, who described the incident as consensual, according to the complaint.Then in 2005, a civil lawsuit -- claiming battery, sexual assault, emotion distress and more -- was filed by Constand against Cosby and settled a year later for an undisclosed amount.Then came the more intimate dinners and despite having "no interest whatsoever in a romantic relationship with Cosby," Constand claims he coaxed her with pills and wine one evening before sexually assaulting her.The allegations, laid out in a criminal complaint filed Wednesday in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, were first made a decade ago, after the alleged assault occurred at Cosby's Cheltenham Township home in 2004. 1, 1987 file photo, Andrea Constand poses for a photo in Toronto. 30, 2015, with drugging and sexually assaulting Constand at his home in January 2004.
Texas Tech's Title IX Coordinator is the designated university official with primary responsibility for coordinating the university's compliance with Title IX and other federal and state laws and regulations relating to sex-based discrimination. This past July, portions of Cosby's depositions were released and made public, prompting the district attorney's office to re-open the investigation.In an effort to challenge Cosby's desposition claims that he is skilled at reading women and his encounter with Costand was consensual, she admitted this summer she was a lesbian and was dating a woman at the time of her encounter with Cosby.Constand, now 42 and a native of Canada, was involved with basketball from a young age and traveled internationally to play the sport for her country's team.She was contacted by the former Temple University women's basketball coach about coming to Philadelphia and from December 2001 to March 31, 2004, she worked as director of operations for the college's team.