Bill Cosby's recent guilty verdict is tearing his increasingly small support team apart!
The disgraced comedian — who was found guilty on April 26 of sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand in 2004 — had found a friend in former Cosby Show daughter Keisha Knight Pulliam during his scandals and legal nightmare.
“Camille and Keshia are at odds. Camille wants Keshia to write a letter or make a statement supporting Bill after his guilty verdict. But Keshia has refused,” the source explained to Radar.
The 39-year-old star, who played youngest daughter Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show, has a history of supporting her TV dad, even famously arriving arm-in-arm with him at a Pennsylvania courthouse last June.
As Radar previously reported, Camille recently disparaged her husband’s accusers in a letter on social media, and demanded a criminal investigation into the prosecutors handling the case.
Camille went on to compare the shamed 80-year-old to Emmett Till, a 14-year-old African American boy who was murdered in 1955 after a white woman made false accusations against him.
The polarizing effect of her statement as well as pressures from the #MeToo movement to support survivors have led Pulliam to reconsider her stance, the source claimed.
“She thinks she has done enough,” added the source. “She’s even been to court and stood by Bill, but at this point she won’t do anything else. And Camille is furious."
With few friends in his court, Cosby remains on house arrest until his sentencing this summer.
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