Bill Cosby, now in prison after being sentenced three to ten years for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004, is pretending to be his famed TV character.
According to Radar Online’s
Cosby’s publicist Andrew Wyatt, provided some supporting statements:
He “believes he learned a lot about how to cure people and speak to patients after playing Dr. Huxtable for nearly eight years on The Cosby Show,” the source explained. “He is accepting appointments from inmates to help diagnose anything from a cold to obesity. If he thinks they’re incurable, he refers them to the infirmary with a ‘preliminary diagnosis.’”
In other news, New York Times is reporting Andrea Constand has settled her defamation lawsuit against Bruce L. Castor Jr., the former Pennsylvania district attorney who declined to prosecute Bill Cosby in 2005 for the sexual assault for which Mr. Cosby is now imprisoned.
Cosby was sentenced to prison in September 2018. In October 2018, the judge over Cosby’s case rejected for a new trial/sentence hearing.