TAKING A PRISON BREAK! 'Blind' Bill Cosby praises "respectful" prison staff as he makes new friends and calls wife regularly
Disgraced comedian Bill Cosby seems to be having a decent time in prison so far and is even on friendly terms with the prison staff
It has been a week since disgraced comedian Bill Cosby has been in prison and from the sounds of it, his experience in prison so far seems to be quite decent.
According to his rep Andrew Wyatt who reportedly revealed that Bill Cosby was getting to enjoy private meals, tours through the jail, and also hang out with prison guards while he waits for his entry into the main part of the Pennsylvania State Correctional Institution in Phoenix. As reported by TMZ, Andrew Wyatt also shared that Cosby's day starts with a private breakfast in his cell, followed by a tour of the jail by his personal guide.
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Then the legally blind Bill Cosby spends some of his time in the library or yard or uses other facilities before having lunch and dinner either in his cell or an open room. It has also been reported that Cosby is on friendly terms with the prison staff and has also praised them for being very "respectful."
Aside from this exceptional treatment, he has been receiving calls from his wife Camille on a regular basis about his plans to appeal his conviction for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in the year 2004. Cosby will not be allowed any visitors for at least another week.
Bill Cosby will have to spend a minimum of three years in a Pennsylvania prison before being considered for supervised release. It is also possible that he may end up behind bars for a decade. More than 50 women have spoken up against Bill Cosby though most of the complaints are too old to prosecute.
The Constand case was the only one which led to criminal charges. In a statement submitted to the court on Monday, Andrea Constand had written that the attack had made her into a woman who was "stuck in a holding pattern for most of her adult life, unable to heal fully or to move forward." "Bill Cosby took my beautiful, healthy young spirit and crushed it," she wrote.