Bill Cosby to be locked up immediately after Monday Sentence

Actor and comedian Bill Cosby exits Montgomery County Courthouse after a jury convicted him in a sexual assault retrial in Norristown Pennsylvania

Cosby to face sentencing, but not large group of accusers

A Pennsylvania judge vetoed a request to line the courtroom with dozens of sexual assault accusers during Bill Cosby's sentencing hearing next week, NBC News reports.

The judge set to sentence actor Bill Cosby on sex assault charges is limiting the number of other accusers who can testify next week.

Sentencing begins Monday and is expected to last two days. He now faces up to 30 years in prison. "At some point, he should acknowledge what he's done, and do the time for the crime". She said he gave her a pill he described as an antihistamine.

According to TMZ, Cosby will be sentenced on Monday and prosecutors want him to put behind bars immediately after his sentencing.

Five other accusers, in addition to Constand, were allowed to testify at his second trial. She said Cosby should be sentenced to "a substantial period of time", shouldn't receive probation or house arrest, and shouldn't remain free pending appeal.

Regardless, Mr. Cosby's reputation as the "father of America" has come crashing to an end, ever since the viral video of Hannibal Buress' stand-up routine back in 2014.

During the court proceedings, Cosby admitted giving women drugs but added that he never took the drugs because he wanted to stay in control of himself.

The Associated Press does not typically identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault unless they grant permission, which Lublin and Lasha have done.

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