Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Temple U adviser who was not allowed to testify for defense has issued a statement claiming Andrea Constand shared idea that she could report having been drugged and sexually assaulted by a 'high profile person' to file a civil suit and make money

A friend and former colleague of Constand at Temple University who the defense was not permitted to call on the grounds that her testimony constituted hearsay has issued a statement claiming that Constand shared with her an idea that she could report having been drugged and sexually assaulted by a high profile person in order to file a civil suit and make money.

Marguerite Jackson is employed by Temple University and has been for the past 30 years as a student advisor. In that capacity she claimed to have worked closely with Constand.

In the statement which Jackson sent to the Cosby team in November when she offered herself as a witness she wrote: ‘As a function of my position, I would travel with the team occasionally.  More