Why Did Bill Cosby Get Out Of Jail?

After Bill's indecent assault conviction in April 2018 was overturned last June, he has been released from jail.

Bill was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman in a high-profile less than three years ago.

Cosby was reportedly charged for a 2004 assault against Andrea Constand, working at Temple University.

Where Is Bill Cosby Right Now? Is He Still In Prison?

The 84-year-old Bill Cosby is free from all the charges as of now and living freely in his private space.

Bill is not in prison, for the court released him in less than three years of being convicted.

More information in regards to his whereabouts as of now isn't available on the web.

That being said, speaking to an interview, he said he was happy to be home and free again.

Lately, prosecutors in Montgomery County are petitioning the U.S. Supreme court to review Bill Cosby's decision.

They reportedly are appealing the court ruling in the case, arguing a statement from a previous district attorney.

According to the statement of a previous district attorney, no one could file charges against Bill.

However, the prosecutors in Pennsylvania denied the statement saying it didn't mean that charges would never be filed.

Who Is Bill Cosby Wife? His Children

Bill Cosby's wife, Camille Cosby, is also a public figure like him, serving as a TV producer and philanthropist.

The couple reportedly married almost six decades ago on the 25th of January, 1964.

Shortly over a year, they welcomed their firstborn Erika on the 8th of April, 1965.

The following year, Bill and Camille welcomed their second daughter Erinn.

Cosby's only son, the thirdborn Ennis, was murdered at 28 while changing a flat tire.

The couple shared two daughters Ensa and Evin, after the birth of their only son.

However, Ensa succumbed to renal disease while awaiting a kidney transplant on the 23rd of February.

Reportedly, the couple has collected more than three hundred works of African-American art for more than five decades.

Bill Cosby Twitter

At present, the stand-up comedian Bill Cosby's Twitter isn't available in the public domain.

The link to his Twitter account is available; however, a notice of the history not existing pops up upon directing. 

In any case, Bill Cosby was dynamic previously, but after the arrest might have been deleted.

Besides Twitter, he is available on YouTube with over 16k subscribers to this day.