A lawyer for Bill Cosby on Tuesday painted accuser Andrea Constand as a money-hungry “con artist” who lied about her relationship with the comedian to secure a big payday. But on the same day, prosecutors called another Cosby accuser to the stand, who testified that she neither received nor sought any money for telling her story.
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