Here’s The Bizarre Way Bill Cosby Spent His Last Night As A Free Man

NORRISTOWN, PA - SEPTEMBER 24:  Actor/stand-up comedian Bill Cosby arrives for sentencing for his sexual assault trial at the Montgomery County Courthouse on September 24, 2018 in Norristown, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images)

Here’s The Bizarre Way Bill Cosby Spent His Last Night As A Free Man

He also reportedly has an odd outlook on the sentencing.

Published September 24, 2018

The day has finally arrived — Bill Cosby's long-awaiting sentencing is finally under way.

The hours leading up to what is sure to be a dreaded moment for the fallen comedian were reportedly not the smoothest as new reports indicate that they were filled with fights, jokes and family drama.

According to Radar Online, Cosby had what was described as an odd "going away party" on Sunday night, which was kicked off with him making some disparaging remarks about famed attorney Gloria Allred.

"It was all fun and games until Gloria Allred came on TV," an insider within the shamed actor's camp explained. "He was outraged that she was parading around — he called her a ''porch pirate' out for money and now he's stuck walking 'the plank.'"

The tension reportedly intensified when Cosby flew in his designer to make him two suits for his final sentencing. During that process, he reportedly made a prison joke that didn't amuse his wife, Camille.

"He flew his tailor in from Alabama," the insider continued. "He cracked a joke, asking if the designer made 'orange jumpsuits' but Camille wasn't taking his jokes too good."

The two, who have been married since 1964, also allegedly got into a heated argument over his jokes, resulting in Camille staying in a guest house away from her husband.

"When she reminded him how serious the next few days are, he lashed out and called Mrs. Cosby an 'instigator' for going on television — she went back to the guesthouse and called her family," the source said.

Cosby reportedly still believes that the heat of his conviction will vanish and it will all end in his favor on Tuesday.

"Mr. Cosby called it his 'going away party' but said his problems would go away Tuesday, not him," the source added.

Written by Moriba Cummings

(Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images)

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