Bill Cosby's Family Reportedly Hasn't Visited Him In Prison
Cosby is serving time 20 miles away from their home in Philadelphia.
Bill Cosby, who has been in prison for four months, has reportedly not had visits from his wife or daughters, a spokesperson for the disgraced comedian says.
According to Andrew Wyatt, Cosby's wife Camille and his daughters are not expected to visit the 81-year-old, who is serving time 20 miles away from their home in Philadelphia. However, Wyatt says that the lack of visitation is for the best.
"He doesn't want to have them in that environment," Wyatt, who visits Cosby regularly, tells The Associated Press. "Why put them in that position, to make it turn into some form of a circus?"
"Camille Cosby made just one brief appearance at each of her husband's two criminal trials, and their three surviving daughters stayed away," the report reads. "Cosby's wife of more than 50 years did, however, file an ethics complaint against the trial judge last year, accusing him of bias in the case. She continues to strategize on her husband's behalf behind the scenes."
Cosby moved to a general population prison from SCI-Phoenix in Philly. He is serving three to 10 years behind bars for aggravated indecent assault against Andrea Constand in 2004.