Mere weeks after Bill Cosby’s wife was “ecstatic, relieved, happy” at her husband’s release from prison, Camille Cosby was spotted out and about in New York City without her wedding ring.
Per Page Six, on Friday local time the 77-year-old was photographed for the first time since Bill’s sexual assault conviction was overturned by Pennsylvania’s highest court.
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Wearing a face mask and dark sunglasses as she walked throughout the Big Apple, it was noted by the publication that she appeared to not be wearing her wedding ring.
The 84-year-old Fat Albert star and Camille have been married for 57 years, tying the knot in 1964.
They share five children together: daughters Erika Ranee Cosby, 56, Erinn Chalene Cosby, 54, Evin Harrah Cosby, 44, and Ensa Cosby, who died from kidney disease in 2018 at the age of 44.
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Bill and Camille also had a son, Ennis William Cosby, who was murdered in 1997 at the age of 27.
Prior to reuniting in New York City on July 1, the couple had not seen each other in person since his conviction and imprisonment in 2018.
On June 30, Bill Cosby’s sexual assault conviction was overturned through a legal loophole.
At that stage, he had served more than two years of a three-to-10-year sentence at a state prison near Philadelphia for a 2004 encounter with a woman.
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One other accuser testified in his first trial, which resulted in a deadlocked jury, and five other accusers also testified in the retrial.
The actor had previously vowed to serve all 10 years rather than acknowledge any remorse over the disputed encounter.
Camille has stood by his side throughout both his trials and imprisonment, having previously released a three-page statement condemning the claims in 2018.
“Since when are all accusers truthful?” she asked in her May 2018 statement before Cosby’s conviction.
She also blamed the media in her statement for its “frenzied, relentless demonisation of [Cosby] and unquestioning acceptance of accusers’ allegations without any attendant proof.”
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