The accuser in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial returns to the witness stand under heavy scrutiny from the defense.

FOX's Gurnal Scott with the story:

Andrea Constand faced a barrage of questions to start day three of the trial about the timeline of the assault she alleges Cosby committed against her. Constand said she believed she knew the exact date of the incident: March 16, 2004, but said she could never access phone records to confirm it.

Defense attorneys who had the records, pounced on that, establishing during cross-examination that March 16 was not the date the assault occurred. The defense also delved into another meeting at a Connecticut casino where Constand was alone in a hotel room with Cosby, but she continues to deny there was a consensual relationship.

Gurnal Scott, FOX News.

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