Bill Cosby's Wife Upset With Shamed Comic's Co-Stars For Not Defending Him During Sentencing

Bill Cosby's wife Camille gave The Cosby Show co-stars Phylicia Rashad and Keshia Knight Pulliam quite an earful for not standing up for him during his sentencing, can exclusively reveal.

Sources claim the shamed comedian's wife called his former on-screen wife and daughter to express her frustration over their lack of support.

"She told Phylicia she's upset for not going to court and speaking in Bill’s defense."

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"Same for Keshia," the informant explained. "Bill’s done so much for that girl, gave her money when she was down and out during her divorce, and all she did was show up a few times for the spotlight."

Camille’s disappointed with the cast for turning their back on Bill after he helped launch everybody’s career!"

Meanwhile, although she wishes her husband's co-star's would have expressed more bravery, she "understands" how standing up for the sexually violent predator could negatively affect their careers, another source said.

As readers know, America's dad is currently behind bars after being sentenced to 3-10 years in state prison on Sept. 25.

Cosby, 81, was found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault back in April against Andrea Constand.

The 45-year-old woman claimed Cosby drugged and raped her in 2004 after she went to his Pennsylvania estate for career advice.

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