When it begins Monday, Bill Cosby's retrial on sexual assault charges will appear very similar in some respects to the first trial that ended inconclusively almost 10 months ago with a deadlocked jury.
Another key difference is that the defense is being allowed to introduce testimony from a Temple University academic adviser who says that Constand once told her that she could make money by falsely claiming that she had been molested by a prominent person.
"FEMEN has a message for you Bill Cosby: silence is not consent and we will not stay silent in the face of your smug denial!"
Ms Constand is one of more than 50 women who have accused him of sexual assaults, some dating back decades.
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Cosby's retrial will begin this week in his case against Andrea Constand, a former Temple University basketball administrator. Their opening statements are expected Tuesday morning. "You never know who's going to want to make a name for themselves". "It felt personal to me".
Cosby is facing three charges of aggravated indecent assault stemming from a 2004 incident at his Montgomery County home where it is alleged he drugged and sexually assaulted Andrea Constand.
Shouting "Women's Lives Matter", which was also written on her body along with "Cosby Rapist", the woman hopped the fence and ran topless toward Cosby at 8:35 a.m.as he was being escorted into the courthouse.
Mr Cosby stepped from his vehicle with a walking stick, slowly put on his coat and walked into a court on the outskirts of Philadelphia surrounded by cameras, for what has been labelled the first big sex trial in the age of #MeToo.
Femen was born from a 2008 pajama party in Ukraine, where a group of young feminists chose to use sexuality to protest Ukrainian women being trafficked for sex and other women's issues.
Before Cosby's last trial, which ended in a hung jury, Judge Steven O'Neill permitted the prosecution to read portions of deposition from the civil case in which Cosby admitted to giving women quaaludes before having sex with them.
At the first trial, for example, testimony was heard from just one other woman who said she was also drugged and assaulted by Cosby.
Cosby lawyer Tom Mesereau, who won an acquittal in Michael Jackson's 2005 child molestation case, said the jury will learn "just how greedy" Constand was. Last month the defense first demanded O'Neill recuse himself as judge, arguing in court papers that he could be seen as biased because his wife is a social worker who has described herself as an "advocate for assault victims".