Pennsylvania prosecutors issued an arrest warrant for an alleged sexual assault that happened more than a decade ago.
Montgomery County first assistant district attorney Kevin Steele said that the first-degree felony charge stemmed from a sexual assault that took place in early 2004 in Cosby’s home.
Steele said that the victim ‘came to consider Mr Cosby her mentor and her friend’ after the two met through her work at Temple University.
Steele said the victim was penetrated without her consent while she was impaired.
‘There is not a question in terms of pills being provided to her – there’s not a question as to what went on – of the digital penetration’ Steele said.