The former model, who accuses the funnyman of raping her in 1982, can’t wait to see Cosby being handcuffed after he was found guilty for assault on Andrea Constand in 2004.
Janice Dickinson‘s dream is to watch as convicted comedian Bill Cosby is walked out of a courtroom in handcuffs. Last week (April 29), “The Cosby Show” star was found guilty on three counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and assaulting Andrea Constand at his home in Pennsylvania in January 2004.
Janice, who has accused the funnyman of drugging and raping her in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, in 1982, testified at the trial, and she hopes he receives the full punishment at the sentencing, where he faces up to 30 years in prison.
“My dream is to watch him walk out of that courtroom in handcuffs and serve the rest of his life behind bars and not to use excuses from his defense attorneys that he’s too old and too blind,” she told “Good Morning Britain” on Monday. “What has he been doing since the 1960s? Raping women, robbing them of their innocence.”
The model said she was “absolutely elated” that she was given her day in court after waiting for almost 30 years after the alleged incident, which she kept a secret for years because she was scared she would lose modelling work.
Janice, who is still suing him for defamation in civil court in California, also called out the 80-year-old’s claims he’s now completely blind.
“The experience for me was disgust, when I looked over and saw Cosby sitting there pretending not to be able to see,” she continued. “I believe he can see; I believe his whole blindness is an act. He walked into the courtroom with a cane, he walked out of the courtroom without the use of a cane, with his thumbs up, even calling out to one of my prosecution attorneys.”
“He called him an a**hole,” she added. “I feel despicable in the court of law, that’s the only thing he said during the entire process.”
Her comments coincide with a report published by TMZ.com suggesting the funnyman, who has always denied the allegations, could receive special treatment if goes to prison due to his age and health.
He could be escorted around the prison by a fellow inmate, assigned a special needs cell where essentials are brought to him, receive a peer support specialist which helps get first-timers get acclimatised to prison life, or get additional security measures due to his celebrity status.
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