Creamed Beef & Canned Corn! Bill Cosby's Paltry First Prison Meals Revealed
Eat up, Cosby! During the guilty comics sentence, Bill Cosby will be feasting on an entirely different menu than he's used to, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.
Cosby, 81, arrived at Montgomery County Correctional Facility where he will serve the first part of his sentence before being transferred to SCI Phoenix to begin his 3-10 years behind bars. Before long, the Cos will be chowing down on the likes of chili, canned corn and creamed beef!
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As readers know, Tuesday evening, Cosby began serving his 3-10 year prison sentence for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004.
His first meal will consist of veal patty, pasta, gravy, mixed veggies, tomato salad, and Cosby's favorite — pudding!
For breakfast the next day he will have eggs and then hot dogs and mustard for lunch followed by an open faced rueben for dinner.
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But best of all — on Friday, the facility offers creamed beef — so eat up, Cos!
Cosby was immediately thrown in county jail without bail on Tuesday, September 25, 2018.
Judge Steve O’Neill revoked his bail after delivering the shamed star’s fate Wednesday afternoon in Pennsylvania court.
“When a sentence in prison includes more than two years, the defendant shall not have the same right as bail before the verdict,” O’Neill said. “The bail should be at the discretion of the judge. This is a serious crime. This is a sexual assault crime. The nature of this crime indicates that he could quite possibly be a danger in the community.”
Cosby was ruled a “sexually violent predator” in court on Tuesday and he must register with the Pennsylvania State Police fro the rest of his lifetime.
He was also fined $25,000, persecution and court costs, and forbidden from contacting Constand or her family.
He will be placed at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility before being transferred to SCI Phoenix for his classification.
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