During dinner with Cosby and his musical director at Cosby's hotel on the California side of the lake, Dickinson said she complained of menstrual cramps and that Cosby produced a little blue pill for her to take. She said he smelled of cigars and espresso as he got on top of her in his Lake Tahoe, Nevada, hotel room.
Cosby then took her back to his room, where Dickinson, 27 at the time, shot several pictures of him with her Polaroid camera that were projected in court.
Confronted during cross examination about a particular passage, in which Dickinson recalled declining Cosby's advances and then "popping two Quaaludes and going to sleep" on her own, she said: 'It's all a fabrication there because I wanted the paycheck for my kids'.
Cosby, now 80, is on trial for a second time on accusations that he drugged and assaulted former friend Andrea Constand at her Philadelphia home in 2004.
The prosecution is using the women's testimony to show an alleged pattern of abuse by Cosby.
Mesereau's cross-examination of Dickinson will resume this afternoon.
"After a very short time on the telephone with my mom there, he eventually apologised for doing what he did, but he would not tell us what he gave me", she said.
Constand spent about three hours on the witness stand before Cosby's lawyer got a chance to question her.
"I remember his breath", Dickinson said.
On Thursday, it was Dickinson's turn to tell jurors that Cosby had taken advantage of her after knocking her out with drugs.
For the next 30 minutes Thursday at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, PA, the pair went back-and-forth in what has so far been the most contentious testimony of the Cosby retrial, with Mesereau attempting to show she lied for money and the exchange meandering into references about O.J. Simpson, lawyer Robert Shapiro and Sylvester Stallone. When he finished the call, she claims he climbed on top of her.
In her second courtroom showdown with the comedian after a trial that ended with a hung jury past year, Constand recounted going to Cosby's house that night to discuss her decision to quit her job with the women's basketball program at Temple University.
"I didn't fly to Tahoe to have sex with Mr. Cosby", she said.
Dickinson is one of the most high-profile women who have accused Cosby of sexual assault; 35 women previously shared stories with NY magazine in 2015.
Dickinson also revealed that she eliminated the details of Bill Cosby's alleged assault of her from her book after publisher Judith Regan warned her that the scathing story would ruin her career in Hollywood.
Cosby's attorneys said again that they believe that Constand found a way to extort money from their client, and they believed the other women were regretful about a consensual affair with a married man.
"Were you able to verbalize and tell him to stop?" state prosecutor Kristen Feden asked Constand.
"He was gross", she testified.
She faced off in a rapid-fire battle of wits with Cosby's flamboyant attorney, Thomas Mesereau, who is known for his near-shoulder-length, dazzlingly white hair.
Dickinson has been the only celebrity to testify against the comedian.
Baker-Kinney began her testimony late Wednesday, saying she has long blamed herself for taking the pills that Cosby gave her.
Soon afterwards, she began to have double vision and her legs felt rubbery.
Dickinson has also written several books, including Everything About Me Is Fake.And I'm ideal and No Lifeguard on Duty, and taken up photography.
The supermodel continued, "I was feeling really lightheaded and it didn't sound like my words were coming out".
After that, Constand called two lawyers in Pennsylvania to discuss the incident and reported it to police, she said.
But unfortunately, she had to face the sexual assault of Cosby.