Canadian Cosby accuser Andrea Constand to publish memoir 'The Moment' in September

TORONTO -- Andrea Constand, whose accusations against Bill Cosby led to his sexual assault conviction in 2018, is set to publish a memoir.

Penguin Random House Canada says “The Moment: Standing Up to Bill Cosby, Speaking Up for Women” will be released Sept.

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