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Janice Dickinson will receive round-the-clock police protection ahead of her giving evidence at the retrial of Bill Cosby, DailyMail.com can reveal.
The former supermodel - who claims she was raped by the comic - arrived in Pennsylvania on Sunday evening and was met by two plain clothes police officers at the airport.
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The star, who flew in from Los Angeles accompanied by her husband Dr Robert 'Rocky' Gerner, lawyer Lisa Bloom, and publicist Stephen Lenehan, was then whisked away to a secret location in an unmarked police car with a second officer following in another vehicle.
It's believed the protection, laid on by Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, is a 'courtesy' provided to high profile witnesses coming in from out of state.
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It's understood an officer will be stationed in the hotel room next to Dickinson to provide 24-hour security and will escort her to and from the court house.
Photos, obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com, show the reality star being escorted through Philadelphia International Airport by a Montgomery County police officer who helped carry Dickinson's bags.
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Wrapped up in black leggings, a grey jumper, black coat and black Ugg boots the TV personality and reality star posed up for photos with lawyer Bloom.
Bloom told DailyMail.com: 'We just arrived here with Janice Dickinson, she's called as a witness in the Bill Cosby trial. She is ready willing and able to testify. There were about a million reasons to say no to this but one reason to say yes, that's because it's the right thing to do and that's why we're here.'
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Dickinson, 63, and her entourage were then driven away in a red SUV and taken to an undisclosed location closer to the Montgomery County court house where the retrial will take place.
The retrial, which began last week with jury selection, will restart Monday with six women who...
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