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Reality Sinks In : It's Day 2 Of Bill Cosby's Sex Assault Trial & He Already Looks Over It

Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Trial Begins
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Jun. 6 2017, Published 3:05 p.m. ET

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Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Trial Begins
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Bill Cosby is back in court and was spotted arriving at the Montgomery County Courthouse on Tuesday, a day after making headlines for heading to the opening day of the sexual assault trial with Keshia Knight Pulliam, who was his youngest daughter on The Cosby Show.

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While he is facing serious allegations, Bill smiled at some points with his defense team.

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On June 5, one of Bill’s alleged accusers opened the trial with a tearful testimony as prosecutors painted the iconic actor turned pariah as a sexual predator who established trust with younger women before incapacitating them with drugs and wine.

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Meanwhile, his wife, Camille, hasn’t been seen since April 27 and was not by his side this week as he deals with charges concerning drugging and molesting dozens of women who trusted him.

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The number of accusers has grown substantially since about 2014, and even former model Janice Dickinson accused Bill of raping her in 1982. Rape victims accusing Bill stem back as far as 1969.

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