It's been just one week since Bill Cosby was whisked out of a courtroom in handcuffs and transferred to a maximum security prison, but the funnyman-turned-felon has already hired a team of experts to bust him out of confinement, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
After his legal team failed to win his freedom in the sexual assault trial, Cosby has hired a man called the "Googler" to hunt for a miracle to get him out of prison, a source explained to Radar.
Though the man was introduced a a "personal security guard" to Cosby's team during the court battle, the disgraced comic's entourage soon discovered his role was much bigger — and the "Googler" now lives on the star's Pennsylvania estate, where he plots his release!
Cosby, 81, "literally pays one man to sit on Google all day long in the guesthouse, in complete darkness, to Google and research successful methods other prisoners used in the past," the source said.
"The man is literally a Googler from New York … that's what we call him. We don't know what he does, who he knows, what his past is like or even his real name. All we know is that he's here to stay."
In addition, the prisoner "hired two doctors and a prison expert" to aid the "Googler" and bring him home.
According to the insider, the "Googler" found case law that could permit the felon to stay in his personal cell just across the infirmary due to his health problems, including a blindness and a failing kidney.
"During a phone call with Mr. Cosby, the 'Googler' told him he found case law that allows him to stay housed in the infirmary throughout his sentence to avoid being placed in general population," the source continued. "He found a number of cases in Pennsylvania where people at Mr. Cosby's age died due to lack of healthcare and medical attention – this prison doesn't want to be the prison doesn't want to go down in history as the prison Bill Cosby died in."
As Radar previously reported, Cosby is also having his legal team file an emergency motion for him to stay on house arrest while they appeal the 3-10 year prison sentence.
He believes 'he'll be home in no time," the source said. "He thinks the court won the battle, but he will win the war."
But as of now, he is behind bars at SCI Phoenix in Pennsylvania, a notoriously rough facility.
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