A spokesman for disgraced comic and actor Bill Cosby says Cosby has had an ‘amazing experience thus far. The comic was sentenced to 3 to 10 years in prison for the 2004 sexual assault on Andrea Constand who was a student at Temple University at the time. After the May 2018 sentencing, the Montgomery County district attorney Kevin Steele said, “It’s been a long journey to get here and today justice was served. It had been a long time coming, but it arrived when convicted felon William H. Cosby Jr. left the courtroom in handcuffs, headed off to state prison for his crimes.”
Judge O’Neil denied Cosby’s request to be out on bail while his appeal is being heard. The judge said Cosby is guilty of his crimes, and for the good of the community he mus start serving his sentence. O’Neil called Cosby “a dangerous predator”, who showed no remorse for his crimes, and never sought psychological counseling. The Cosby spokesman revealed that Cosby has giving up a heavy coffee habit, a habit he had for over 50 years. His wife Camille had been trying to get her husband to give up his 55 year habit. He also has no cellmate, and generally keeps to himself, rarly venturing out of his cell.
He doesn’t eat in the cafeteria with other inmates, taking all his meals in his cell, and he has very limited contact with other inmates. At the time of Cosby’s sentencing, Constand submitted a letter to the court, which read, “Bill Cosby took my beautiful, healthy, young spirit and crushed it. He robbed me of my health and vitality, my open nature and my trust in myself and others.” Cosby’s wife Camille was seen visiting her husband in his Pennsylvania prison a few weeks before Christmas 2018, she has not been seen visiting him since that time. Cosby who turns 82 in July, is not expected to be released before his 85th birthday.