Bill Cosby’s Disturbing Prison Phone Call Has Folks Convinced He Is Possessed

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)

Bill Cosby’s Disturbing Prison Phone Call Has Folks Convinced He Is Possessed

The fallen comedian is reportedly losing it behind bars.

PUBLISHED ON : DECEMBER 26, 2018 / 01:02 PM

A new report indicates that Bill Cosby is mentally warped while behind bars as he was recorded having a phone conversation where he said that he was inadvertently communicating with his dead mother.

Radar Online obtained the exclusive audio clip, which features the disgraced comic randomly ranting to longtime friends during a jail-house phone call.

"What I'm about to tell you is not something that I think is something in the cosmos, or spiritual or something," Cosby, 81, rambled. "For the first time ever in my life, I was sitting and I was relaxed."

He then went on to detail a bizarre occurrence that he claimed was completely legit, in his eyes.

"I am unsighted," he continued. "So, I took my hand and I was about to pick something up and my index finger went across — and I'm telling you the truth, this is not a joke and I'm very proud to tell you this at this time."

The site went on to decode that Cosby attempted to suggest that he believed his late mother was sending him "subliminal messages" during that strange event.

"When it went across, there was a throbbing, and that I think we've all had them in the muscle, some muscle will go 'TICK TICK' something like that," he said. "'TICK TICK.' I put my finger back there to it — now, this is all subjective, I'm saying to myself, my mother, who is dead. Not that she was contacting me, my mother [was] calling me or trying to reach me."

This marks the first time the public has heard Cosby's voice since he was sentenced to three to 10 years behind bars following his conviction in April of aggravated indecent assault against accuser Andrea Constand.

Listen to the recording, below:

Written by Moriba Cummings

(Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images)


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