Unbelievable Historic Moment “Americans Dad” Shipped Off To Prison For 3-10 Years
After Bill Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison for sexual assault, his mugshot went viral for his downtrodden expression. The photo was taken by the Montgomery County Correctional Facility and released shortly after Judge Steven O’Neill found Cosby guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault against former Temple University employee Andrea Constand in 2004, and shows the former actor looking downcast and avoiding eye contact with the camera.
On Twitter, people called Cosby’s mugshot “sad,” however, according to body language expert Susan Constantine, who trains law enforcement and intelligence agencies on deception, the pic illustrates the depth of his downfall.
But most of the women didn’t care. Judgement day had finally come, and Cosby was heading to the slammer now designated a “sexually violent predator.”
“I’ve waited 32 years for this day, hoping my nightmares would go away,” explained Chelan Lasha, who was allegedly drugged and raped by Cosby inside a Las Vegas hotel room when she was just 17.
“I prayed every day that Mr. Cosby would go to prison and pay his dues,” she said.
Joined by attorney Gloria Allred, Lasha and several other accusers — including Maud Lise-Lotte Lublin, who was allegedly assaulted during an improv lesson in 1989 — spoke about the trauma Cosby caused them over the years.
“It was nothing I could ever forget,” said Sarita Butterfield, a former Playboy bunny who claims to have been abused at a Christmas party in 1977. “Today I am free.”
Many of the women thumbed their noses up at the notion that Cosby is too old to go to prison. “He did not consider my age when he gave me a life sentence of bad memories,” seethed Linda Kirkpatrick, who was also allegedly drugged and raped in the early 1980s. “Don’t talk about being blind…when you blinded me,” she said.
Lublin ultimately hopes that Cosby uses his time behind bars to “find peace” and “make amends.” “Show God you have the human example to show remorse,” she said. “And remember, for Bill, you don’t have very much time.”