After being found guilty of aggravated sexual assault, courts ordered disgraced comedian Bill Cosby to wear a GPS ankle monitor and remain sequestered on house arrest at his mansion in Cheltenham, Pennsylvania. Now RadarOnline.com has obtained exclusive photos of the palatial digs where Cosby, who faces up to 30 years in prison, is holed up while a judge decides his fate.
Cosby headed to his Pennsylvania home after he was found guilty for the assault of Temple University employee Andrea Constand. A source told Radar Cosby has little company, just his wife, Camille Cosby, his chef and housekeeper, and maybe the driver.
The mansion is in the suburbs, just outside of Philadelphia.
Though the luxurious home is comfortable, the court ordered Cosby can leave "solely for the purposes of medical treatment or consultation with his legal counsel."
The home has a number of photos showing Cosby, his wife and other loved ones.
Cosby, 80, is depicted in a painting that shows him looking younger and happier — years before his sex scandal blew up and scores of women accused him of rape and drugging them.
Unless he has written permission to travel around the Philadelphia area, Cosby must stay on his property or face serious consequences.
Cosby is now a prisoner in the home where he drugged and assaulted Constand almost 15 years ago.
The sentencing date for the shamed star has yet to be determined.
"There will still be people around, calling him Mr. Cosby, but he's going to be miserable…what drove him was the stage, and the compliments people gave him," a source previously told Radar of the home arrest arrangement.
Despite his comfortable surroundings, Cosby is said to be in a "state of shock" following the shock guilty verdict earlier this week that has totally destroyed his once "wholesome" reputation.
Cosby has alternated between arguing and silence in the first days of house arrest, said the source.
"He's definitely upset he can't be in his Massachusetts home since he always talks about farm animals," the source told Radar.
Cosby will likely communicate with outsiders at the Cheltenham mansion. "He loves the telephone," said the source. "He hardly watches any television but he's a very talkative guy."
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