Bill Cosby is left without parole for refusing to undergo predatory sexual therapy
May 28, 2021 02:00 GMT
The 83-year-old actor had the right to leave early on September 25, after serving his minimum sentence of three years.
The Pennsylvania State Parole Board rejected US comedian Bill Cosby’s request to be released from prison before serving his 10-year sentence in a sexual assault case. Reports Reuters. The news was published on Wednesday, although the decision was made on May 11.
The committee rejected the request due to the convict’s refusal to participate in the sexual assault treatment program. “We knew it would be rejected,” said Andrew White, a spokesman for the actor. “He called me and told me that if I didn’t attend the course, they would turn it down.”
Cosby, 83, was only going to have the right to leave early on September 25 He completed his minimum sentence of three years. In 2018, comedian Advertise Guilty of anesthesia and sexual assault of Andrea Constand, a basketball coach at Temple University (Philadelphia) in 2004, after she left her unconscious.
The inmate may Re-apply for parole Just in case you undergo the aforementioned course of treatment or get a recommendation from the State Department for Corrections, as long as you also have a disciplinary record without wrongdoing.