After months of controversy surrounding his sexual assault case, Bill Cosby had an odd "going away party" this Sunday night, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
"It was all fun and games until Gloria Allred came on TV," an insider within the shamed comic's camp revealed to Radar about the famed women's rights attorney. "He was outraged that she was parading around — he called her a 'porch pirate' out for money and now he's stuck walking 'the plank.'"
In a bizarre twist, the fallen icon still believes his problems will vanish Tuesday!
"Mr. Cosby called it his 'going away party' but said his problems would go away Tuesday, not him," added the source.
The frantic funnyman faces up to 30 years behind bars for his crimes after a jury found him guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in his Cheltenham home in 2004.
The convicted comic flew in his designer to fix him up two pricey suits for his final sentencing appearances Monday and Tuesday.
"He flew his tailor in from Alabama," the insider revealed. "He cracked a joke, asking if the designer made 'orange jumpsuits' but Camille wasn't taking his jokes too good."
Radar readers know Camille, 74, has been married to Cosby since 1964, and has stood by him throughout his many controversies.
The fun was short lived after the Cosby and his wife got into a heated argument over his jokes, the source revealed, noting that she ended up staying in a guest house away from the former star.
"When she reminded him how serious the next few days are, he lashed out and called Mrs. Cosby an 'instigator' for going on television – she went back to the guesthouse and called her family," said the insider.
As Radar readers know, famed women's rights attorney Gloria Allred will be attending the convicted comic's two-day sentencing proceeding with two "prior bad act" witnesses, Lise-Lotte Lublin and Chelan Lasha.
Will Bill Cosby still think his case is so funny then?
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