Andrea Constand Describes Bill Cosby Sexual Assault: ‘I Was a Limp Noodle’

“I was crying out inside, in my throat, in my mind, for this to stop. And I couldn’t do anything,” comedian’s accuser says

Andrea Constand, whose sexual assault accusations against Bill Cosby led to his guilty conviction in April, detailed the 2004 incident in which she says he drugged and assaulted her, for the first time outside of a courtroom in an upcoming interview with “Dateline.”

“Three blue pills. And he put his hand out and I said, ‘What are those?’ And he said, ‘They’ll help you relax,'” Constand (pictured above, right) said of the time the now-disgraced comedian invited her to his home when she was an operations manager for Temple University’s women’s basketball program, in a preview for the interview released Thursday.

“And I said, ‘Are they natural? Are they, like, a herbal remedy?’ And he said, ‘No, they’re your friends. Just put them down.'”

She says she took the pills from Cosby, 80, because she “trusted that they would maybe just help me feel a little more relaxed.” However, she says she started to slur her words and was unable to walk within 30 minutes, and, as she said in court, Cosby took her to a couch and assaulted her.

“My mind is saying, ‘Move your hands. Kick. Can you do anything? I don’t want this. Why is this person doing this?’ And me not being able to react in any specific way,” Constand said. “So I was limp. I was a limp noodle.”

“I was crying out inside, in my throat, in my mind, for this to stop. And I couldn’t do anything,” she said, adding that she drifted in and out of consciousness that night.

The incident contributed to Cosby being found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault in his trial last month.

The “Dateline” special, which also includes interviews with Cosby accusers Janice Baker-Kinney, Lise-Lotte Lublin, Heidi Thomas and Chelan Lasha, airs Friday at 10/9 c on NBC.

Watch the preview of Constand’s interview here.