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September 27, 2018

Bill Cosby's first meal in prison reportedly includes pudding

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Bill Cosby has had his first meal in prison, and it includes sweet custard pudding. Coby is sentenced to three to ten years imprisonment after being found guilty of all his sexual assault crimes. 

TMZ recently learned that Bill Cosby’s first meal in prison included pudding for dessert. According to leaks from his facility, dinner served to the inmates, Bill included, was a chicken patty with gravy, mixed veggies, mashed potatoes, iced tea, and vanilla pudding to top it off.

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Cosby is currently detained at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility before he serves his sentence at Pennsylvania state prison for three to ten years. He was charged and convicted on three counts of aggravated assault this year.

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Vanilla pudding on his first night might sound pretty interesting, but having it behind bars; not so much. Reports include his breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu for the following day as well. Cosby will be having eggs for breakfast, hot dogs and mustard for lunch, and an open-faced Rueben for dinner, but who knows, there could be more additions to the existing menu.

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Cosby’s charge does not include bail as it was revoked by Judge Steve O’Neill after convicting him for the sexual assault charges. The Judge said:

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“When a sentence in prison includes more than two years, the defendant shall not have the same right as bail before the verdict. The bail should be at the discretion of the judge. This is a serious crime. This is a sexual assault crime. The nature of this crime indicates that he could quite possibly be a danger in the community.”

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Bill Cosby was accused of sexual assault by Andrea Constand and found to be classified as a “sexually violent predator.” This is because of a mental condition that proves him a danger to other women. However, his supposedly thirty-year imprisonment was narrowed down to a maximum of ten years instead.

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