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Bill Cosby Moved To General Population Cell In Pennsylvania State Prison

By Benny Franklin
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It's been an interesting start to Bill Cosby's state prison sentence

We last reported that Cosby was pretending to be Dr. Cliff Huxtable, and attempting to "treat" fellow inmates. 

This came right after he was apparently moved to the general population, in which he now has the ability to interact with other inmates. 

Cosby's spokesperson Andrew Wyatt had this to say about his client's current living situation:

He made it clear that he's not in general population but has contact with a trustee that guides him around.

He does not eat in the area with other residents, he does not have a cell-mate, and he does not exercise with other residents. Thus meaning that Mr. Cosby is not in general population because that would be detrimental to his safety and security, due to his blindness.

Amy Worden, press secretary for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections had this to say regarding Cosby's current living situation: 

[Andrew Wyatt] misunderstood what general population means, Cosby is in a unit within the prison's general population.

As of now, it sounds like Cosby is in a private cell that is within the general population unit. 

Bill Cosby is currently serving a 3-10 year sentence. 

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