Bill Cosby Reportedly Getting Fed Jell-O in Prison

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Cape Town - Comedian Bill Cosby - who was recently sentenced to three to ten years in prison - is allegedly having a hard time adjusting to life behind bars, according to RadarOnline.

"He refused to let key witnesses in the trial come forward and testify on Mr. Cosby's behalf", says Andrew Wyatt, his publicist.

"Bill Cosby took my lovely, healthy young spirit and crushed it", she wrote.

During his sentencing, Cosby was also deemed a sexually violent predator in the hearing and will now be placed under lifetime registration with state police, lifetime sex offender counseling and a community notification will also be given. That means he have meetings with staff from medical, psychology and the records departments.

At a press conference Tuesday, Montgomery County DA Kevin Steele said Cosby could likely expect a bill from the Sheriff's Office as well.

At his sentencing on Monday, Cosby's defense attorneys anxious that Cosby's age, vision impairment and declining health could make him a target.

Yet Cosby's publicist, Andrew Wyatt, maintained his client's innocence in a freaky Tuesday afternoon press conference in Norristown, Pennsylvania.

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Even O.J. Simpson is warning that Bill Cosby should watch his back behind bars - because "rapists are frowned upon in prison".

Prosecutor Kristen Feden said Constand told her she was happy with the sentence.

In 2016, Cosby's legal team tried using a defense revolving around the comedian's race and institutionalized racism but subsequently dropped that plan.

Over the years, Philadelphia magazine has chronicled Crosby's decline, at times advancing the story and knowledge of the accusations against the comedian. More than two dozen inmates told The Inquirer and Daily News some of their personal effects were vandalized and ruined when they were transferred over to the $400 million facility.

Five other accusers took the stand at the trial as part of an effort by prosecutors to portray him as a predator. "They see that it is a safe thing to do and people like Bill Cosby will be held accountable", says Rea.

SCI Phoenix is brand new, state of the art - and maximum security. Instead, they suggested he was being influenced by his wife, a social worker who has described herself as an "activist and advocate for assault victims".

Cosby's first trial a year ago ended in a mistrial when jurors could not reach a unanimous verdict.