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Bill Cosby Moved To General Population At Pennsylvania Prison

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Bill Cosby Moved To General Population At Pennsylvania Prison

Bill Cosby Moved To General Population At Pennsylvania Prison

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Comedian Bill Cosby has reportedly been moved to a general population to sere his three to ten years, where he will be “treated just the same as any other inmate,”.

The move to general at Pennsylvania Prison arrives after the 81-year-old spent four months in special housing. Cosby will now be living in a single cell, without cellmate, however, he will have access to move around more freely and interact with others.

CNN reports that a pokeswoman for the prison, identified as Amy Worden states that the inmates who are housed at the facility are able to spend several hours a day in the gym or the exercise yard, and other time can be spent in the library, class or day room. She also adds that because Cosby is legally blind, they have inmates who are assigned to help him at times, due to his age and disability

As we reported, Bill Cosby is serving time for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting numerous women in 2004.


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