A woman who claims Bill Cosby sexually harassed her when she was a teenager wept on the stand Tuesday while telling how the then-beloved comedian “put his hands down my pants.” [tweet_embed] June 12, 2022[/tweet_embed] Judy Huth, now 64, broke down while testifying in her civil lawsuit against the 84-year-old former funnyman, who she claims sexually harassed her at the Playboy Mansion when she was just 16. “Mr. Cosby was sitting on the bed,” Huth said, in tears, about the alleged 1975 incident. “He wanted me to sit next to him. I was scared. He tried to lean me back. He put his hands down my pants where my high-waisted pants were, below my belly button. “I was freaking out,” Huth added. “I told him I was on my period.” The trial in the Santa Monica Courthouse is happening nearly a year after Cosby was freed from prison when a Pennsylvania appeals court tossed out his criminal sexual assault conviction. Several other lawsuits claiming sexual misconduct against Cosby were later settled by his insurer against his will. Huth’s case, which was first filed in 2014, is one of the last remaining legal claims against the dishonored comedian — who is legally blind, and has not been present in court due to health issues and COVID-19 concerns. [tweet_embed] June 12, 2022[/tweet_embed] Huth shortly took the stand late Monday, explaining how she and her friend, Donna Samuelson, met Cosby at Lacy Park in San Marino, Calif., where he was shooting the movie “Let’s Do It Again” with Sidney Poitier in the spring of 1975. A few days later, she said, the girls met up with Cosby and he gave her beer during a game of pool and later took them to the Playboy Mansion. Huth, on Tuesday, dived in details about the apparent assault that followed. Her lawyer, Nathan Goldberg, asked Huth how Cosby had held her hand over his penis, and she replied, “Definitely forcefully. It was not what I wanted. I had my eyes closed. I was freaking out.” Huth said it lasted about five minutes. During the alleged assault, her friend was in the other room. “After he finished, what did he do?” Goldberg asked. “He just walked out of the room like nothing,” Huth replied. Afterward, Huth said she followed Cosby to the grotto. Goldberg then showed Huth a picture of her and Cosby, which was taken just outside the grotto. He had a beard in the picture, and was wearing a white sweater. A substantial portion of Huth’s case depends on the photo, notably because she remembered Cosby having a beard at the time of the alleged assault. Her attorneys said that proves the picture was taken in 1975, as Huth claims, because Cosby was in two films that year where he wore a beard. [tweet_embed] June 12, 2022[/tweet_embed] During cross-examination on Tuesday, Huth said she began to recall the true date of the sexual assault after she received pictures from the defense team a few weeks before the start of the trial. She testified those pictures that she saw showed Cosby did not have a beard in 1974.