First Photos Of Bill Cosby Handcuffed After 3-10 Year Prison Sentence
Bill Cosby was taken to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility before being transferred to SCI Phoenix for his classification to begin his 3-10 year prison sentence, and RadarOnline.com has obtained photos of the guilty comedian being taken away by authorities. As shocked witnesses looked on, Cosby, 81, was removed from the room in handcuffs. Click through for more.
RadarOnline.com can reveal the Cos will be immediately thrown in county jail without bail.
Judge Steve O’Neill revoked his bail after delivering the shamed star’s fate Wednesday afternoon in Pennsylvania court.
“When a sentence in prison includes more than two years, the defendant shall not have the same right as bail before the verdict,” O’Neill said. “The bail should be at the discretion of the judge.”
“This is a serious crime. This is a sexual assault crime. The nature of this crime indicates that he could quite possibly be a danger in the community.”
Cosby's judge sentenced the shamed comic to no less than three years in prison, and no more than ten years for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004.
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He was ruled a “sexually violent predator” in court on Tuesday.
He must register with the Pennsylvania State Police for the rest of his lifetime.
Cosby was also fined $25,000, persecution and court costs, and forbidden from contacting Constand or her family.
“It is time for justice,” O’Neill told the court. “It is time for justice in a court of law. Mr. Cosby, this has all circled back to you. The day has come. Your time has come.”
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