For the first time since her husband Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial began, Camille Cosby appeared Monday at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Bill Cosby and his wife of more than 50 years were photographed outside the courthouse where the 79-year-old comedian was on trial for allegedly drugging and molesting former Temple University coach Andrea Constand.

Camille Cosby, 73, remained largely out of the public eye over the past few years as numerous women came forward to accuse her husband of sexual assault and misconduct. While she was deposed twice in allegations against her husband, Bill Cosby reportedly told her to avoid the “media circus” of the trial, according to the Associated Press.

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After repeated accusations against her husband, Camille came forward in 2014 to defend him.

“I met my husband, Bill Cosby, in 1963 and we were married in 1964,” she said in a statement. “The man I met and fell in love with and whom I continue to love, is the man you all knew through his work. He is a kind man, a generous man, a funny man and a wonderful husband, father and friend. He is the man you thought you knew.”

Camille went on to slam unverified reports of accusations covered in the media.

“There appears to be no vetting of my husband’s accusers before stories are published or aired,” she wrote. “An accusation is published and immediately goes viral.”

She then compared the case to the now-infamous Rolling Stone article depicting rapes at the University of Virginia — a story later proven to be untrue.

“None of us will ever want to be in the position of attacking a victim,” she concluded. “But the question should be asked — who is the victim?”

However, in 2016, reports emerged that Camille had reached her breaking point and was humiliated and sickened over the repeated accusations against her husband.

“She has been thoroughly humiliated and believe me, her anger isn’t directed at the women,” a source told Page Six at the time. “Bill has humiliated her and the affairs he’s had have gotten out of hand and this [criminal charge] is him reaping what he’s sown.”

Bill Cosby pleaded not guilty to the sexual assault of Constand and denied all other accusations leveled against him. The prosecution in the case rested Friday after five days of testimony in which Constand alleged that the comedian had drugged and sexually assaulted her at his Pennsylvania home in 2004.

During the trial, quotes emerged of Bill Cosby discussing his use of Quaaludes and his admission of giving them to multiple women, though he claimed he had never done so without their knowledge.

“What was happened at that time [in the 1970s] was that at that time Quaaludes happened to be the drugs kids, young people were using to party with,” he said. “And there were times when I wanted to have them just in case.”

While Bill Cosby did not take the stand during the trial, he broached the topic during an interview with radio host Michael Smerconish in May.

“I didn’t hear her say anything. And I don’t feel her say anything,” Cosby said. “And so I continue and I go into the area that is somewhere between permission and rejection. I am not stopped.”

Bill and Camille Cosby speak onstage at the Apollo Theater in New York City, Jun. 8, 2009. Getty Images