PHILADELPHIA (CNN) – Despite the circumstances, Bill Cosby said it was "a great experience" said spokesman press Andrew Wyatt in a television interview.
"Yeah, he used the wonderful experience," said Wyatt.
Wyatt's interview with WCAU in Philadelphia gives new details about Cosby's time behind bars at SCI Phoenix, the prison outside of Philadelphia. Cosby was sentenced in September to three years to 10 years in a prison for drug trafficking and sexual assault on Andrea Constand in his home in 2004.
The case came after the women were put forward He was accused of being drugged and attacked by Cosby in other adventures of his career world in the world of humor.
Cosby was sent to the general prison population two weeks ago and is now in one cell without bangers, Amy Worden, secretary secretary for the Department of Corrections Pennsylvania, said. It was previously held in one cell in a unit near the patient.
Bill Cosby's wife Camille did not visit her in prison yet, and Cosby's cost, said Wyatt.
"Ask now My only visitor is outside of his solicitor, that is the way he wants," said Wyatt. "She did not visit it. She does not want her to visit."
Instead, Cosby prefers to talk to his wife on the phone ̵
In the NBC10 interview, Wyatt said that Cosby lost weight and behind bars. He recommends up at 3:30 a.m. in the morning to exercise it in his cell, and he also avoided bread or dessert in the prison, Wyatt said. "
" And he did not drink any coffee since he was able. Mrs. is the name. Cosby did not stop her from drinking coffee for 55 years and took this to stop him from drinking coffee, "Wyatt said.
" He is strongly mental. It's not just a strong man,
Wyatt looked at CNN last week that Cosby is living mostly from other internal, except that he has helped assistants around him because of his problems video.
"He does not eat in the area with any other residents, he does not have cells living, and does not work with other residents," Wyatt said last week.
There are general public cells where Cosby is running in two stories about a "day room" central, where residents can talk, watch TV or play cards, Worden said. Like all other general population inhabitants, Cosby must count his cell seven times a day.
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