Andrea Constand was the director of basketball operations for the women's basketball team at Temple University, Cosby's alma mater, when she says he sexually assaulted her. Constand filed the lawsuit against the then-67-year-old Cosby in 2005, one year after the alleged abuse occurred, according to ABC News. According to the lawsuit, Constand said Cosby tried to mentor her, and she visited him at his Pennsylvania home in January 2004 to discuss career advice. Constand said Cosby gave her "herbal" pills for her anxiety, and then "touched her breasts and vaginal area, rubbed his penis against her hand and digitally penetrated her." Constand eventually settled the case out of court, and Cosby did not admit wrongdoing. A deposition in her case was made public for the first time in July, in which Cosby admitted to giving prescription drugs to women he wanted to have sex with. On December 30, 2015, Constand's allegations led to the first criminal charges against Cosby. He was charged in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, with aggravated indecent sexual assault.