Bill Cosby: 'I have no remorse'

Bill Cosby: 'I have no remorse'

Now according to Cosby's spokesman Andrew Wyatt, the comedian reportedly said his time in prison has been an "amazing experience".

Cosby's stance could leave him to serve the high end of a three- to 10-year prison term since sex offenders often must show remorse to win parole.

Wyatt said he visits Cosby every other week - and the star's attorneys visit as well. "He does not want her to visit him".

"He doesn't want people to try to exploit (Camille) and his daughters if they visit". He also wakes up each morning at 3:30 a.m.to exercise in his cell, avoids eating bread or dessert and rinses his food three times to reduce the sodium in it, Wyatt told WCAU.

This statement from Cosby sounds remarkably similar to an interview Wyatt did with NNPA Newswire and radio host Frankie Darcell of WDAS that was published by The Washington Informer.

Cosby was moved to general population at the state prison on January 28. after spending his first few months in "administrative segregation".

In September, Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years behind bars for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home in 2004.

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"And he hasn't drank any coffee since he's been in there", Wyatt told the news outlet.

"Now the amusing part about it [is] Mrs. Cosby's been trying to stop him from drinking coffee for 55 years and it took this to stop him from drinking coffee". He added that Cosby is "mentally strong" and had long prepared himself for being in prison because he felt the district attorney was out to get him.

After a stint in a single-cell unit, he was recently transferred to another unit, where he is able to interact with other inmates.

The general population cells where Cosby is being held are arrayed in two stories around a central "day room", where inmates can talk, watch TV or play cards, Worden said.

Not surprisingly, his spokesman said, "he does not eat in the area with other residents, he does not have a cellmate, and he does not exercise with other residents".

Wyatt did not explain how Cosby did that however, since he was removed from the general population at that time.

Bill Cosby, 81, leaves the Montgomery County Courthouse after his sentencing in September.

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