Bill Cosby is seeking revenge on his family after they ditched him at his Pennsylvania estate to return to their lavish lifestyle in Massachusetts, sources close to the family exclusively told RadarOnline.com. And he’s getting back at them through his will!
RadarOnline.com can reveal the disgraced comic, who remains on house arrest following his conviction on sex assault charges, intends to give away pricey heirlooms and million-dollar paintings after his death that were originally promised to Camille, his wife of more than 50 years, and their children!
Andrew Wyatt, the sex criminal’s publicist, will inherit his book and film rights – and the family is not taking it well.
“They’re taking it as he doesn’t trust them to write a book about his life,” a source told RadarOnline.com. “Those rights were originally for the children. Camille’s friends are calling it: ‘Friends, staff and last and least, family.’ It’s because he’s giving his family the last of what’s left.”
According to sources, the film rights include a series focusing on his journey throughout the legal battles and strategy of “restoring his legacy.”
The series, according to sources, will not include his wife or their children.
The source noted the doomed actor’s dearest friends believe his bizarre behavior is a result of his family not spending what could be his last days of freedom with him.
“His biggest nightmare is being abandoned!” the source insisted.
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“After Camille left, he’s been really acting up,” the source continued. “He’s been acting like Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone 2 – but 73 years older.”
He’s been has been kicking back and watching movies on the same couch where he was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004.
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