The Cosby’s have been married for 50 years, but the 77-year-old wife of the ‘Cosby Show’ star was spotted in NYC wearing dark sunglasses, a face mask, and without her wedding ring. This is the first time Camilly has been pictured following her husband’s release from prison.
As we reported, Bill’s sexual assault conviction was overturned, and the 83-year-old actor was released from a Philadelphia prison.
Interestingly, several reports claim that the wedding ring shouldn’t be misconstrued as an issue in their marriage, after the couple’s reunion after his release was “like watching teenage love rekindled.” According to Cosby family spokesperson, Andrew Wyatt, Camille touched her husband’s face and said “Billy” upon his post-prison release. Bill apparently responded “My dear Camille.”
Marriage On The Rocks?
Although, the lack of a wedding ring and brutal allegations, in this case, would normally point to issues in a marriage — Camille was by her husband’s side through the entire sexual assault trial. In the court hearings, several of Cosby’s alleged victims detailed the brutal allegations and unfaithfulness of the comedian.
Plus, it should be noted, the Cosby’s have not seen each other in person since his 2018 conviction and the start of his prison sentence.
During the process, Camille defended her husband against the allegations, including blasting the Mongomery County judge who said Bill Cosby had “a signature pattern of sexual assault.”
“Now, after more than 50 years of work, that humanized the dehumanized; which also challenged the perpetual architects of racist, exploitive and greedy maneuvers that have enabled them to divide and conquer…my husband has been severely redefined by Judge O’Neill, despite having zero proof,” Camille said on Instagram.
Camille Cosby Defends Her Husband!
She continued, “Judge O’Neill, with a great deal of help from the media, has tried to turn Bill Cosby into one of the most insidious stereotypes of African American men…the brutal, black buck.” At the time, Bill responded to his wife’s statement, saying she is “a fearless warrior against corruption and bigotry.” Adding “She’s not afraid of this unethical judge, nor am I afraid of O’Neill’s grossly immoral tactics. Keep fighting…Dear…I Love You Very, Very Much.”
At this point, it appears Cosby will be keeping his freedom after a judge ruled the conviction was secured with “tainted” testimony by several other accusers who were allowed to testify to show a pattern of criminal behavior. In most cases, the law only allows for limited testimony to show a pattern of crimes, and the high court ruled “the presumption of innocence just didn’t exist for him.”
In the end, Cosby has maintained his innocence, and it appears his wife is sticking by his side!
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