Bill Cosby’s spokesman rebutted rumors Thursday that the comic and convicted sexual predator and his spouse, Camille Cosby, are heading towards divorce, telling People magazine that the subject was a “ridiculous story from an egregious publication.”
Radar Online reported Wednesday that the couple was splitting after Camille Cosby allegedly moved out of the couple’s Philadelphia mansion.
“The accusations they’ve made of their tabloid are completely false,” spokesman Andrew Wyatt advised People. “Mrs. and Mr. Cosby should not getting divorced and he or she’s with him within the Philadelphia residence as we communicate.”
Bill Cosby, 80, and Camille Cosby, 74, have been married for 54 years. Camille Cosby stood by her husband even after 60-plus ladies accused the comedian of sexual assault, with many saying he drugged and raped them.
“No points within the marriage, no points with the youngsters. These kids are grown ladies of their 40s and 50s. These should not youngsters. These should not little youngsters working away from their father,” Wyatt stated, referring to a report that the couple’s kids at the moment are staying with Camille Cosby in Massachusetts.
In April, Bill Cosby was found guilty on three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University ladies’s basketball coach Andrea Constand. In 2017, a jury failed to succeed in a unanimous resolution within the case and the decide declared a mistrial.
A sentencing date for Cosby has not been set. Each depend of felony aggravated indecent assault carries a sentence of five to 10 years. The most Cosby might be sentenced to is 30 years, although it might be as little as 5.