Bill Cosby's wife Camille has reportedly moved out of their Pennsylvania mansion. A new report reveals she fled the home they've shared for decades, and despite pleas from the disgraced comedian to come home, she's not budging.
"He literally is home alone," a source told Radar Online before adding, "She even took the staff with her!"
According to the publication, the 74-year-old now resides in their Massachusetts hideaway along with their chef, several drivers, a house manager, and their three children, who reportedly haven't seen their 80-year-old dad in months.
Camille an Bill tied the knot in 1964 and have weathered several storms since. For example, Bill's extramarital affairs, the disclosure of a love child, and the murder of their only son, Ennis, in 1997. But even though they've managed to stay together for 54 years, it seems as though that his rape conviction was the final straw — and a divorce may be next.
"Camille wants to leave his scandal behind her. She has no interest in seeing Bill," a separate source confessed. "She wants to reside quietly in Shelburne — and doesn't want his reputation affecting the life she's building for herself!"
In April, the former Cosby Show star was found guilty of sexual assault. A jury found him guilty of drugging and sexually molesting Andrea Constand in his home in 2004. At one point during the trial, prosecutor Kristen Feden reportedly called out the TV legend for smiling. "He's laughing like it's funny, but there's absolutely nothing funny about them being stripped of their capacity to consent," she said. He now faces up to 10 years behind bars.
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