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Judge Orders House Arrest For Bill Cosby — Details

Apr. 27 2018, Published 9:16 p.m. ET

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Shamed comic Bill Cosby has had further restrictions placed upon him.

Judge Steven T O'Neill has tightened the 80-year-old’s original bail.

Cosby has been ordered to remain on house arrest in Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, while he also must be fitted with a GPS ankle monitor too.

And to add insult to injury he must seek written permission to travel around the Philadelphia area if he so wishes.

Cosby is effectively now a prisoner in the same mansion where he drugged and sexually assaulted Andrea Constand some 14 years ago.

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RadarOnline.com previously reported how he will be held up at the mansion behind closed doors and away from civilization until sentencing, the date of which has yet to be announced.

It’s going to be a fortress of solitude, but he’s no Superman,” said the housekeeper who revealed Cosby will be “miserable” as he’ll be unable to go anywhere.

They added: “There will still be people around, calling him Mr. Cosby, but he’s going to be miserable…What drove him was the stage, and the compliments people gave him.”

Cosby is said to be in a ‘state of shock’ following the shock guilty verdict earlier this week that has totally destroyed his once ‘wholesome’ reputation.

America’s former favorite father figure felt blindsided by the guilty verdict. “It’s like a child who has been kicking over the same bucket every day his entire life, and he finally gets punished,” sniped the housekeeper.

“There’s a hard look on his face now. You ever seen a person who goes through trauma in life? When they lose that smile? That’s the face I see now.”

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Cosby lashed out after a jury of seven men and five women found him guilty of sexual assault after 14 hours of deliberation on Thursday.

His outburst came as DA Kevin Steele demanded the comedian's bail be revoked

Cosby said 'he doesn't have a plane, you a**hole' after being dubbed a flight risk.

The jury found the actor guilty of all on three counts of aggravated indecent assault, and each charge carries a maximum penalty of ten years in prison.

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