Police reviewing a 2005 sexual-abuse complaint against Bill Cosby have re-interviewed his accuser, but an election next week could determine if he's charged.
Former Temple University employee Andrea Constand, who settled a sex-abuse lawsuit against Cosby, met two months ago with detectives from suburban Philadelphia, her lawyer said.
Lawyer Dolores Troiani confirmed the police interview late Monday, the day Constand filed a defamation lawsuit against the prosecutor who declined to arrest Cosby when she first came forward.
The lawsuit accuses former Montgomery County prosecutor Bruce L. Castor Jr. of defaming Constand with remarks made this year as he seeks to return to the job. Castor has said Constand gave to police in January 2005 a different story than the felony assault she described in her lawsuit that year.
"If the allegations in the civil complaint were contained with that detail in her statement to the police, we might have been able to make a case out of it," he said last month, defending his decision not to prosecute Cosby.
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