News surrounding Bill Cosby has been quiet for a while since his incarceration, but a new report states that he is spending his time behind bars reprising his role as Dr. Cliff Huxtable.
Radar Online details 81-year-old Cosby “believes he learned about how to cure people and speak to patients after playing Dr. Huxtable for nearly eight years on ‘The Cosby Show’” and is now attempting to “treat” fellow inmates.
Cosby is currently in a state prison in Pennsylvania and is looking to provide others inside details on maintaining a better diet, meditation and more. A source told the publication that Cosby is even setting up appointments to diagnose others and if he can’t figure out the issue he is referring people to the infirmary. This is all done in the name of Dr. Huxtable.
The character played by Cosby comes equipped with wearing a bedsheet in use of an apron. The details have been confirmed by Andrew Wyatt, who works for Cosby as a publicist to which he details the comedian “has regular and in-depth discussions about getting better nutrition for the residents.”
Bill Cosby was sentenced to three to ten years in prison for the drugging and sexual assault of a woman in 2004. Upon entering prison, Cosby was placed in solitary confinement, however, on his first day inside he was hit by a hot dog bun.
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