Bill Cosby was put on house arrest after his guilty verdict, and now the shamed comedian's former housekeeper is telling all exclusively to RadarOnline.com about his prison palace hell as he awaits sentencing.
Under judge’s orders, Cosby was sent home — likely with a ankle monitoring device — to the Pennsylvania mansion where he drugged and sexually assaulted Andrea Constand 14 years ago.
He'll be held up there behind closed doors and away from civilization until sentencing, the date of which has yet to be announced.
“It’s going to be a fortress of solitude, but he’s no Superman,” said the housekeeper who reveals the 80-year-old will be "miserable" as he'll be unable to go anywhere.
“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."
As Radar previously reported, Cosby was in the midst of a career comeback at the time of his 2015 arrest. He was traveling for a comedy tour, exploring a new TV show with NBC and had a Netflix comedy special in the works. Within weeks, all those projects went down the drain with the disgraced comic's Netflix being placed on hold, his NBC show was killed, comedy tour cancelled and TVLand pulled re-runs of The Cosby Show.
The housekeeper reveals to Radar exclusively Cosby has "gone into shock" over the idea he'll be holed up in isolation and likely never able to take to the stage again. "Do you know how terrible this is going to be when he can’t be around people? Entertainers need people.”
America's former favorite father figure felt blindsided by the guilty verdict. “It’s like a child who has been kicking over the same bucket every day his entire life, and he finally gets punished,” sniped the housekeeper.
“There’s a hard look on his face now. You ever seen a person who goes through trauma in life? When they lose that smile? That’s the face I see now."
He's lost his unique lust for life that once drew so many people to him, said Cosby's ex employee. "I don’t remember him looking so angry and so despond. He could always find a joke to tell and smile, but I don’t see that happening anymore.”
The housekeeper revealed what it will be like for Cosby as he sits at home with a monitoring device around his ankle awaiting his sentencing. "He’ll be on the phone a lot," she said. "He loved the telephone because that’s where he could call everyone around the world."
His prison palace is a far cry from the likes of a real prison — which he could very well find himself soon. "The house is long and narrow with TVs in every room," said the housekeeper, adding Cosby will have plenty wiggle room in the mansion where he assaulted Constand. "The bedrooms are on the second floor and the property is four or five acres."
He can't leave his home, but the sicko will still have the luxury of the outdoors to some extent, before he's likely thrown behind bars. "The house has a glass-enclosed porch where he's served meals by the staff. He likes to walk around in there smoking cigars from Latin America."
"There are windows overlooking the property. The house has a living room two sitting rooms and espresso room with an espresso maker from Italy."
And until he's forced into sporting orange prison pants for the rest of his life, Cosby will opt for loungewear. “He usually dresses casual. He doesn’t answer the door in a suit and tie. But he’s always wearing slippers," said the housekeeper.
Cosby was found guilty on April 26, 2018 of three counts of aggravated indecent assault for a knockout drug attack on Andrea Constand in 2004 which could put him behind bars for up to 30 years.
District Attorney Kevin Steele already asked the judge to revoke Cosby’s bail and send him to jail immediately. Cosby, normally silent, reportedly erupted in obscenities aimed at Steele, saying that he’s “sick of him.”
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