Bill Cosby, who’s serving three-to-ten years for drugging and molesting Andrea Constand, has been moved into the of a Pennsylvania state prison. When the 81-year-old first got there, he was in special housing so he could get acclimated to prison life. Since he’s legally blind, he still gets inmates assigned to him to help him get through the day.
According to the legend’s spokesperson, his family hasn’t been to visit him in the four months he’s been locked up. “He doesn’t want to have them in that environment,” Andrew Wyatt explained. “Why put them in that position, to make it turn into some form of a circus?”
Camille Cosby only made a brief appearance and each of Bill’s criminal trials. Wyatt says that she continues to strategize on his behalf. She also accused the trial judge of bias in an ethics complaint she filed last year. He’s also appealing his sentence.