Bill Cosby is finding it difficult to find a person’s shoulder to cry on after the court and jury convicted him guilty on all three counts of aggravated sexual assault. As it was previously reported, the jury convicted him of three counts of assault on the former employee at Temple University, Andrea Constand, in 2004.
Keshia Knight Pulliam, who played Bill’s daughter on The Cosby Show, was supportive of both Camille and Bill, but now she has revoked her faith in the comic.
In a report from Radar Online, Bill’s wife, Camille, is “infuriated” that Keshia is pulling her support right now. It’s literally the worst time for her and Bill.
However, it isn’t looking good for the comedian, regardless if Keshia supports him or not, considering he will probably spend the rest of his life in jail for allegedly drugging and raping women throughout his long and illustrious career.
An insider close to the couple explained to us, “Camille really isn’t happy at the moment, and she wants Pulliam to write a letter in support of Bill, claiming that he is innocent on all charges.”
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The 39-year-old actress has had Cosby’s back for a long time, but after a guilty verdict, she is no longer supporting him. Keshia even went to court with the disgraced TV star last June but is no longer backing him.
Camille hasn’t spoken out much on the matter in recent years, but after a guilty verdict, her voice has been heard more and more by the public. In fact, Camille was bashed brutally on social media for comparing Bill to a fourteen-year-old boy who was murdered back in 1955 after a woman claimed that he had whistled at her.
Either way, Bill is under house arrest while awaiting his sentencing over the summer. If he is sentenced to the maximum extent of the law, he’ll serve thirty years in prison, as each charge is punished with a maximum sentence of ten years.