Bill Cosby's wife, Camille, called out his former Cosby Show co-stars for not attending his sentencing hearing or showing support for him or her following his sentencing.
The Cosby Show co-stars Phylicia Rashad, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Malcolm Jamal Warner and Raven Symone were not in the Montgomery County courtroom on Sept. 26 when a judge sentenced the 81-year-old comedian to 3-10 years in prison following his conviction in April for drugging and molesting a woman.
A source told Radar Online exclusively that Camille personally called Rashad and Pulliam to give them an earful.
“She told Phylicia she’s upset for not going to court and speaking in Bill’s defense,” the source said.
“Same for Keshia,” the source added. “Bill’s done so much for that girl, gave her money when she was down and out during her divorce, and all she did was show up a few times for the spotlight.”
Pulliam, pictured right, attended the early days of Cosby's rape trial last June, but she did not attend his sentencing hearing on Wednesday.
Rashad did not attend Cosby's trial or sentencing hearing.
Camille said her husband had a rough first day in a Pennsylvania maximum security prison. He reportedly fell down steps, and another inmate threw a hotdog at him.
Cosby called his wife to complain that prison staffers took away his glasses and sneaker laces because the items could be used to harm himself.
Cosby is legally blind and in poor health.
Cosby must serve 75% of the minimum 3 years before he can be eligible for release on good behavior.