Bill Cosby may be getting convicted for drugging and sexually assaulting women, but wife Camille Cosby is still by his side

It was previously reported that Camille Cosby has moved out of their Pennsylvania mansion and moved into the couple’s home in Massachusetts.


                            Bill Cosby may be getting convicted for drugging and sexually assaulting women, but wife Camille Cosby is still by his side
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While Bill Cosby is under house arrest and awaiting his sentencing after being convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, he might just be facing another hardship in the four walls of his own home with regards to his 54-year marriage.

Reports from multiple sources seem to suggest that the disgraced comedian is on the path for a divorce, and Radar Online has even reported that his wife, Camille Cosby has moved out of their Pennsylvania mansion and moved into the couple’s home in Massachusetts. “He literally is home alone,” a source told Radar, adding, “She even took the staff with her!"

According to the same source, Camille also took away their chef, multiple drivers, a house manager and the couple’s three grown children with her. "They’ve been fighting and arguing since the verdict,” according to the insider, who further added, “She wanted a divorce, but he begged her to stay!”

Bill, on the other hand, is currently confined to his mansion, where he has an ankle bracelet broadcasting his movements to authorities. And in his absence, The publication seems to have tracked down his wife to Shelburne Falls, “where we discovered her diving into their Olympic-sized pool three times a day, ferrying in groups of female friends to provide emotional support and hawking family assets in the wake of Cosby’s massive legal bills.”

Moreover, Bill is allegedly slated to sell off quite some of his precious assets, including his private jet, while his wife is “in the process of dumping his vast vintage car collection — as well 
as their California real estate holdings.”

“Camille wants to leave his scandal behind her. She has no interest in seeing Bill,” said a source. “She wants to reside quietly in Shelburne — and doesn’t want his reputation affecting the life she’s building for herself!”

But now it looks like these reports may not be so true, because according to a tweet sent by BuzzFeed entertainment news reporter Claudia Rosenbaum, the comedian's reps, namely his publicist, who said the reports that Camille is filing for divorce are “not true.”

Even Andrew Wyatt, one of the reps for Cosby and his wife, told People magazine in a statement that all rumors surrounding the couple's alleged divorce are absolutely false, even mentioning the Radar story singularly. He said that the rumors are a “ridiculous story from an egregious publication.”

“The accusations they have made in their tabloid are absolutely false,” says Wyatt. “Mrs. and Mr. Cosby are not getting divorced and she’s with him in the Philadelphia home as we speak.”

“No issues in the marriage, no issues with the children,” continues Wyatt. “These children are grown women in their 40s and 50s. These are not kids. These are not little kids running away from their father.”

“It’s amazing how people can make things up,” adds Wyatt, all the while claiming that the publication never reached out to him for comment ahead of publishing its story Wednesday.