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Andrea Constand and former model Janice Dickinson hugged after Bill Cosby was sentenced to 3-10 years in prison for raping Constand in 2004.

Dickinson, who has accused Cosby of drugging and raping her in 1982, was sitting in the second row when she reportedly threw back her head after the judge announced Cosby’s sentence in court, laughing loudly.

“See, I got the last laugh pal,” Dickinson said while staring straight at Cosby. Security threatened to throw her out of the courtroom because of the outburst, but she was allowed to stay.

Dickinson was one of five women who testified during the April sexual assault trial to offer evidence that Cosby is a “sexual predator.”

In a 2014 interview with ET Online, she said Cosby drugged and raped her in 1982 after dinner in Lake Tahoe.

“The next morning I woke up, and I wasn’t wearing my pajamas,” said Dickinson. “Before I woke up in the morning, the last thing I remember was Bill Cosby in a patchwork robe, dropping his robe and getting on top of me. And I remember a lot of pain.”

Dickinson also filed a civil lawsuit against Cosby, saying he defamed her in a statement calling her a liar, per MSN.

In related news, Cosby’s Hollywood Walk star will remain on the block following his sentencing.

TMZ reached out to the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce regarding the status of Cosby’s star on the Walk of Fame, and a rep for the organization explained:

“Once installed, the stars become part of the historic fabric of the Walk of Fame, a ‘designated historic cultural landmark,’ and are intended to be permanent. The stars only commemorate the recipient’s professional accomplishments.”

The statement continues, “It is regrettable when the personal lives of inductees do not measure up to public standards and expectations; however, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce does not remove stars from the Walk of Fame.”

Someone recently vandalized the star with the words, “Serial Rapist,” but the graffiti was quickly removed.

 

SOURCE: EURweb.com

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