Bill Cosby arrived for the Montgomery County Courthouse for the final time moments ago — again, without his wife of 52 years, Camille, RadarOnline.com can exclusively confirm. This marks the second day that the disgraced comedian's wife left him for the hounds, ditching him on the most important days of his lifetime as she sits at home just a few miles away. As Radar exclusively reported, Cosby and his long-suffering wife got into a fight on Sunday night after he joked about becoming a jailbird, irking Camille. Perhaps she wasn't happy with his behavior on Monday night, either: Cosby got into a heated temper tantrum when returning home last night, and swung his cane in a fit of rage!
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As Radar readers know, Cosby is worried that his wife of over 50 years could hurt his chances of leaving the courthouse today after she took to Harrisburg to file a complaint against the presiding judge last week.
On Monday, the convicted felon appeared in court without his wife – but Janice Dickinson was in the room with nearly twenty other accusers.
Cosby could soon be behind bars for his crimes against Andrea Constand after a jury found him guilty of three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault in April.
Radar told you first, Constand delivered a short but chilling victim impact statement Monday.
Cosby's defense is scheduled to put on a shrink of their own this morning to fight the label deeming him a "sexually violent predator."
Radar exclusively reported that the convicted comic has been on the hunt for the right shrink since finding out the state deemed him a "sexually violent predator" who is likely to reoffend.
Further, according to an insider, Cosby is not expected to provide a statement in open court today before Judge O'Neill hands him his fate.
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