Bill Cosby Spokesman Says Cosby Thinks Prison is "Amazing Experience"

Bill Cosby hasn't seen wife Camille since September but considers prison 'amazing experience,' spokesman says

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

Cosby's spokesman Andrew Wyatt said: "Yeah, he used the term awesome experience".

Wyatt also confirmed that Cosby's wife and children haven't yet visited him in prison.

Cosby's spokesperson Andrew Wyatt said in an interview with WCAU, "Yeah, he used the term fantastic experience".

'So, I now have a temporary residence that resembles the quarters of some of the Greatest Political Prisoners - Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Randal Robinson, and Dr Benjamin Chavis. They've seen Cosby smiling and taking the time to develop new projects, Wyatt said in the NBC10 interview.

Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in a Pennsylvania state prison following his April 2018 conviction for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home outside Philadelphia in 2004.

In his interview, Wyatt painted Cosby as a man doing the best he can under the circumstances.

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Wyatt added: "And he hasn't drank any coffee since he's been in there".

He believes it was the political aspirations of a district attorney and a judge that landed him in prison, according to the statement. A decade later, dozens of women came forward with accusations that Cosby had drugged and assaulted them in similar incidents over his career as a powerful media figure.

It was reported on Friday that Cosby had transferred to the general prison population, after spending his first four months in special housing.

Cosby is now serving a three- to 10-year sentence at the State Correctional Institute Phoenix in Collegeville after a jury found him guilty on three counts of aggravated indecent assault for a 2004 incident in which Andrea Constand alleged that she was drugged and sexually molested by Cosby at his Pennsylvania home.

'He said the bed lies on thick steel or concrete and he's allowed to make phone calls, but he's still being assessed right now so he's not in general population, ' revealed Wyatt.

Wyatt told CNN last week that Cosby is living largely separated from other inmates, except that he has helpers who guide him around because of his vision problems. Cosby must be in his cell and accounted for seven times a day while at the prison.

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