Bill Cosby provides information about his everyday life behind bars and is not so bad according to his spokesman.
"Despite the circumstances [Cosby] said: "This is an amazing experience," said Andrew Wyatt, the 81-year-old actor and comedian representative, in an interview.
Cosby also said he had "no regrets" and would never do so, and compared himself to people like Martin Luther King Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, and other "political prisoners."
"My political beliefs, my attempt to humanize all races, sexes and religions, landed me in this place, surrounded by barbed wire fences, a steel and iron room," Cosby later added in a statement about his previous experience in prison ,
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"I have a temporary stay now that resembles the quarters of some of the biggest political prisoners … I stand upright as a political prisoner and smile, the truth is strong."
Cosby was sentenced to three to ten years in Pennsylvania in April 2018 for drug abuse and sexual assault on Andrea Constand at his home outside of Philadelphia in 2004.
"At the moment I'm his only visitor outside his lawyers, and so he wants it," Wyatt said, noting that Cosby's wife Camille did not see him in prison because "he does not want her to visit him." ,
However, Wyatt said the prison has achieved something his wife has been trying to do for 55 years – getting Cosby to stop drinking coffee. The spokesman also noted that the former Jello pitchman lost weight after giving up bread and dessert.
Asked how Cosby survived behind bars, Wyatt explained that Cosby was a mentally strong man.
"When I visit him, that's nothing sad," said Wyatt. "He is not sad, he is not repenting because he did not do anything wrong."
In his statement, Cosby explained "why I have no remorse and will never repent."
He reiterated his argument, which he had raised for more than three years and in two cases, that he had not been charged with Constand's allegations in 2005, and that he had later settled his civil suit for nearly $ 4 million.
He believes that he was later prosecuted by a corrupt district attorney and judge "not because of justice, but because of his political aspirations" and launched a campaign to induce a state judicial ethics committee to investigate the judge who directed his lawsuit would have.
Cosby also appeals to his verdict and conviction.
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