Camille Cosby has reportedly moved out of the Pennsylvania mansion she shared with her husband Bill Cosby and has moved into their Massachusetts hideaway in the wake of his conviction and pending sentencing for sexual assault.
“He literally is home alone,” a source told Radar Online. “She even took the staff with her!”
Cosby was convicted on April 26 of drugging and sexually abusing Andrea Constand in the same Cheltenham, Pa., estate where he is now confined with an ankle monitor.
According to Radar, Mrs. Cosby has moved to the Massachusetts property with their chef, multiple drivers, a house manager and their three grown kids (Erika, Evin and Erinn), who have not visited their father in months, according to the report.
“They’ve been fighting and arguing since the verdict,” said Radar’s source. “She wanted a divorce, but he begged her to stay.”
Below, more highlights from Radar’s report:
- Radar tracked Camille to the secluded town of Shelburne Falls, Mass., where we discovered her diving into their Olympic-sized pool three times a day, ferrying in groups of female friends to provide emotional support and hawking family assets in the wake of Cosby’s massive legal bills.
- Tipsters exclusively squealed that Camille has already sold the former Jell-O pitchman’s private jet and is in the process of dumping his vast vintage car collection — as well as their California real estate holdings.
- Cosby can only leave his home for visits to lawyers or doctors, and insiders claim he’s resorted to faking illness to try to arrange medical care in Camille’s state — in the hope he can win her back.
- While Cosby remains confined to his home until his Sept. 24 sentencing, he has been ordered to take a psychiatric test to determine whether he suffers from a maniacal “mental abnormality.” But insiders told Radar he has furiously fought the order, refusing to cooperate with state investigators tasked with conducting the pre-sentence examination.
- Now that she’s out of the house, insiders snitched that Camille plans to sell off their Pennsylvania and New York homes — as soon as the prison cage door closes behind the Cos for good!
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