The 84-year-old's spokesperson, Andrew Wyatt, dished on the comedian's feelings towards R. Kelly receiving a guilty verdict on Monday.
As Radar reported, the R&B hitmaker was found guilty of racketeering, human trafficking, kidnapping, sex crimes, and obstruction of justice.
R. Kelly faces a possibility of life in prison when he's sentenced in May, but Cosby reportedly doesn't think the slow jam singer should sweat it.
"The guy was railroaded," Wyatt claims Cosby said following the verdict.
Calling Cosby and R. Kelly's situation "an assault on successful Black men," Wyatt says the singer has a strong possibility of getting out of prison.
"I see R. Kelly having a strong case for appeal," Wyatt claims. "When he gets to the highest court in the land, I think we'll see a conviction overturned."
He also pointed the finger at Gloria Allred. The high-powered attorney represented half of R. Kelly's victims in the trial. She also repped several Cosby accusers.
Allred tells Radar, "Anyone who has been convicted of a crime should take responsibility for it, rather than blaming others." She says, "R. Kelly was convicted by a jury and their decision should be respected."
Cosby was released from prison on June 30 after his sexual assault conviction in the Andrea Constand case was overturned because of a technicality.
Following the comedian's release, Jeffrey Epstein's alleged madam Ghislaine Maxwell tried to use the same strategy. She alleged she should be released from prison because of a similar error to Cosby's.
The actor formerly coined as "America's Dad" has been living the good life since being a free man.
He celebrated his 84th birthday just weeks after getting out, indulging in a lavish spread with his friends and family. Cosby has also been anxious to get back into the spotlight, working on new material and gearing up for a showbiz comeback.
As for R. Kelly, he'll find his fate next year at his sentencing in May.