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Andrea Constand, the first woman to accuse disgraced comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault in court, is breaking her silence after more than a decade. In a “Dateline” interview with NBC News senior national correspondent Kate Snow, she says Cosby gave her three pills and said, “they’re your friends.”