Wyatt says Cosby maintains his innocence.
Gloria Allred, the famed women's rights attorney who represents women suing Cosby, said this was the happiest she had been in 42 years.
Constand sued Cosby after prosecutors initially declined to file charges, settling with him for almost $3.4 million more than a decade ago.
The fallout from the verdict was immediate: Bounce, a TV network that caters to black viewers, announced it would drop reruns of "The Cosby Show".
Lili Bernard is one of the nearly 60 women who've accused Cosby of rape or assault over five decades, and one of the many who, thanks to limitation laws, that now look antiquated and wrong, was unable to lay a criminal complaint.
That's when she joined forces with attorney Gloria Allred and made a decision to advocate for a bill that would change that, and, in May 2015, Gov. Brian Sandoval signed legislation that extended the statute of limitations for rape charges to 20 years.
Some of his accusers were present in court, and cried as the guilty verdict was returned.
When asked if he was going to appeal, himself and follow lawyer Kathleen Bliss added: 'Yes, very strongly'.
Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele, who brought the charges against Cosby, held a press conference after the verdict.
Ms Constand, then 30, was working as director of operations for the ladies's basketball group at Temple College, Philadelphia. Cosby remains out on bail.
Minutes later, she was suffering double vision and quickly lost consciousness.
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When she met Cosby at the Las Vegas Hilton, Cosby offered her some alcohol, she said, to help her relax. As Constand stood silently behind him, Steele apologized to her for a previous DA's decision in 2005 not to charge Cosby. It also prompted authorities to reopen the criminal investigation, and he was charged in late 2015.
"The #MeToo movement has indelibly influenced our views of assault and harassment", she says. It shows that the shift in our society and culture from doubting to believing victims is also affecting the justice system.
A statement released by the school cites Thursday's jury verdict finding Cosby guilty of drugging and molesting a Temple employee in 2004.
Only one other accuser was permitted to testify at Cosby's first trial, which ended in a hung jury a year ago.
After decades of whispers, lawsuits, investigations and close calls - and a multitude of women who lost hope anyone would ever believe their word against that of America's Dad - Bill Cosby could be headed to prison at age 80 for the remainder of his life. But during the relative lull between hearings, a tectonic shift took place on the social landscape, and Harvey Weinstein became the most hated man in Hollywood. That has now all changed, and there is no doubt that this verdict will have far-reaching consequences.
According to legal experts The Tribune spoke with, at the heart of the appeal is the likely argument that the judge allowed five women to testify for the prosecution.
Heidi Thomas told the court that the comedian served her spiked wine that made her drowsy for four days in 1984.
Janice Baker-Kinney, a former bartender who testified against Cosby, alleged that the comedian drugged and raped her at a house party in Reno in 1982.
"Whether he ends up serving time in jail or if he dies during the appeals process, that doesn't remove the fact that he has been convicted", Dempsey said. "It hurts your case", she said.
"I was crushed. It felt like a ton of bricks fell onto my chest", Lublin recalled. It was about all the creepily similar accusations, about all the women who said they were violated by this man.