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Cosby Tells Wife Officials ‘Think I'll Harm Myself’ In 1st Prison Call, Source Claims

Getting your Trinity Audio player ready... can exclusively reveal an upset Bill Cosby spent time complaining to his wife by phone after he was sentenced to 3-10 years behind bars.

According to a Montgomery County courthouse source, after he was sentenced, Cosby was allowed a brief phone call by speakerphone to his wife of 54 years, Camille, who did not attend the disgraced comedian’s Sept. 25 sentencing.

“They took my cane, tie and shoelaces because they think I will harm myself,” the source said Cosby complained in the call, which was on speakerphone.

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“He said he had a stale hotdog bun thrown at him and he fell down a few steps because he wasn’t being guided,” continued the source of Cosby, who whined to Camille, 74, that he was “under siege.”

A desperate Cosby also begged his wife to get ready to do anything she could to help him escape the confines of prison.

“He told Camille, ‘Grab the checkbook and hire anyone and everyone’ who could get him out as soon as possible,” the source added.

As reported, after sentencing 81-year-old Cosby, Judge Steven O’Neill immediately revoked his bail and remanded him to the custody of prison officials, who transported him to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in cuffs and chains.

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