According to new reports, in addition to Bill Cosby’s wife, Camille Cosby, not wanting to visit Bill, the disgraced comedian is now facing a new life situation, albeit a more positive one.
As it was previously reported, Bill has been in a lot of trouble, to put it mildly, since his fallout from Hollywood back in 2014 following Hannibal Buress’ viral video, that joked about his reputation as a date-rapist.
And after Judge Steven O’Neill found him guilty and subsequently sentenced him to 3 to 10 years in jail, Cosby had to take out a $30 million loan out on his New York townhouse to pay his legal fees.
Now, Bill has managed to secure for himself a new role in the prison as a “life coach,” an ironic part, considering his ruined reputation as a long-time serial rapist, who used his status, influence, and infamy, to thwart women from telling their stories of his sexually predatory behavior.
Radar Online claims Cosby has started telling other men how to work through their problems. Moreover, his publicist, through Radar, stated Bill has a new nickname for his cohorts in the institution.
Wyatt explained, “he has been able to speak with other inmates about their situation and impart advice.” Mr. Cosby apparently loves listening to other peoples’ stories.
Furthermore, Radar alleges that Camille Cosby is no longer willing to visit Cosby. She, on more than one occasion, has sent his publicists to speak to him.
Reportedly, the disgraced comic is now working on a book about his experiences in prison, and his struggle with being crucified in the media for his predatory history.
Bill said, “I shouldn’t be here,” but he’s there, and he’s going to write a book about it. Cosby’s representative spoke with The Washington Informer, confirming that he’s writing a novel.