Bill Cosby’s Spokesman Says the Comedian Thinks Prison Is an ‘Amazing Experience’

Cosby, who was sent to prison a little over four months ago for sexual assault, shared his thoughts about his incarceration with his spokesman Andrew Wyatt, who gave a TV interview to WCAU in Philadelphia, reported the Associated Press on Tuesday.

"Here's why I have "no" remorse and will never have remorse".

"Right now I'm his only visitor outside of his attorneys, and that's the way he wants it", Wyatt said. While alleging that he himself is a victim of "entrapment" at the hands of "a low-life District Attorney and a corrupt Judge", Cosby continued to maintain his innocence. "Not for justice, but for their political aspirations", Cosby said.

"Yeah, he used the term fantastic experience", Cosby's spokesperson Andrew Wyatt said.

"My political beliefs, my actions of trying to humanise all races, genders and religions landed me in this place surrounded by barb-wire fencing, a room made of steel and iron", Cosby later added in a statement about his prison experience so far. "The Truth is Strong!" he said. "When I visit him, it's nothing sad about it", and claims that Bill has no remorse because he never did anything wrong.

Bill Cosby is once again speaking out from behind bars, and comparing himself to three of the most respected non-violent political protesters in history.

Cosby's spokesman told the station that the comedian has lost weight and wakes up at 3:30 in the morning to exercise in his cell.

Readers will undoubtedly recall that Cosby received a three- to ten-year prison sentence in late September 2018. He said The Cosby Show star rinses off his prison food in a cup of water before every meal to reduce his salt intake. Cosby is appealing the conviction.

He is forgoing bread and desert, and "hasn't drank any coffee since he's been in there", Wyatt explained. "(I'm) not saying Mr. Cosby's Jesus, but we know what this country has done to black men for centuries", Wyatt said.

Bill Cosby's wife Camille has not yet visited him in prison, and that's just how Cosby prefers it, Wyatt said. "They've told him he was more than a comedian - he was a cultural icon". Like all other general population inmates, Cosby must be accounted for in his cell seven times a day.

  • Marlene Weaver