Caged creep Bill Cosby is so confident a Pennsylvania court will overturn his sex assault conviction, he expects to walk out prison next month! Only RadarOnline has the shocking details.
Cosby is so convinced he'll be set free, Radar has learned, he's even refusing to participate in the prison sexual predator counseling sessions and has vowed to defiantly maintain his innocence before the state parole board in September (2021) — despite about 60 women stepping forward to accuse him of drugging and molesting them over the past four decades.
“Just a few days ago they came to him and asked if he would go to those counseling courses for being a sexual violent predator and he said, ‘No,’” his spokesman Andrew Wyatt exclusively told RadarOnline.com.
“He said, ‘No! I am not guilty of this and I am not going to any courses. By attending those courses, I am admitting guilt!”
When asked if Cosby plans to admit guilt during the parole hearing, Wyatt said, “He’s sticking to his guns!”
Cosby, 83, believes the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is going to overturn the 2018 conviction that landed him in at the State Correctional Institution (SCI-) Phoenix, where he is serving three to 10 years for raping and drugging Andrea Constand inside his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.
The once popular "America’s Dad" and his high-powered lawyers argued the lower court and prosecutors tainted jurors by allowing five other victims to testify about Cosby’s prior bad acts during the trial in Montgomery County Criminal Court.
“He’s hanging his hat on the Supreme Court decision. He is rolling the dice in that direction,” Wyatt told RadarOnline.com. “Based on what we saw with the (Supreme Court) justices, he should get a new trial or vacate his conviction.”
“I don’t know if the prosecutor will go back and re-try the case,” Wyatt said. “I think they will possibly try to cut some type of deal with him, and I doubt if Mr. Cosby would take any deal.”
The Cosby team is gearing up for the Supreme Court’s decision, which they expect in weeks, Wyatt said.
In an odd twist, the court decision may come by April 15 — the birthday of Cosby’s 27-year-old Ennis, who was gunned down in Los Angeles by Mikhail Markhasev, 18, during a botched attempted robbery in 1997.
Cosby, who frequently comments about race relations in America on his Instagram, recently used a photograph of Ennis to re-post a 1998 USA Today op-ed piece by his wife, Camille, calling Ennis’ murder racially motivated.
“Twenty-three years later, Camile’s words are a reflection of the racism that has plagued these United States and is still alive today,” Cosby wrote.
Markhasev, who is white, was convicted of first-degree murder and sentence to life behind bars.
Will Cosby go free? Stay with Radar for the latest!