Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Bill Cosby's Prison Experience in a Word? 'Amazing'

Bill Cosby's Prison Experience in a Word? 'Amazing'

"He said it's an wonderful experience".

The disgraced comedian is now serving three to ten years in a Philadelphia maximum security prison after being convicted last year for drugging and sexually assaulting his friend Andrea Constand in 2004. He was previously being held in a single cell in a unit adjacent to the infirmary. Camille has not yet visited Cosby in prison. He said the star has lost weight waking up at 3 a.m.to do calisthenics and he gave up coffee.

"And he hasn't drank any coffee since he's been in there", Wyatt told the news outlet.

"Now the amusing part about it [is] Mrs. Cosby's been trying to stop him from drinking coffee for 55 years and it took this to stop him from drinking coffee".

This statement from Cosby sounds remarkably similar to an interview Wyatt did with NNPA Newswire and radio host Frankie Darcell of WDAS that was published by The Washington Informer. "He said they told him if he was going to continue to fight for civil rights, something like this was bound to happen, and he's been preparing for it and he knows he's in prison not for rape, but for infidelity", Wyatt told Washington Informer.


"He does not eat in the area with other residents, he does not have a cellmate, and he does not exercise with other residents", Wyatt said last week. As for all other general population prisoners, Cosby must be accounted for in his cell seven times each day.

Since his time in prison, Cosby has received thousands of letters as well as thousands of dollars that have been placed on his books for use at the prison, Wyatt told WCAU.

Judge Steven O'Neill sentenced 81-year-old comedian Bill Cosby for sexually assaulting Temple University athletics administrator Andrea Constand in 2004; Rick Leventhal reports from Norristown, Pennsylvania. His attorneys are appealing the sentence, citing 11 alleged errors that occurred during the decision to put Cosby behind bars.

"Despite the circumstances, he said this is an fantastic experience", Wyatt told NBC 10 Philadelphia in a series of interviews published this week.

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