Bill Cosby is a free man and is now ready to return to work.
Hot on the heels of news that his comedy tour has been postponed the disgraced comedian is said to be working on a book and a TV show.
The “Cosby Show” actor’s spokesperson, Andrew Wyatt, revealed to Fox News that Bill has “spending time on the phone working on a number of projects” at his Massachusetts home among them a television show that is in the works.
Wyatt refused to dish on details about the show, but he confirmed that the one-time “America’s Dad” had started chatting to producers about it while he was still an inmate in Montgomery County, Pa.
“He’s been working on this particular project now for a year and a half,” he noted.
Cosby was freed in July on a legal technicality. Per Wyatt he’s also planned a docu-series about his experiences behind bars.
As for the book, the 84-year-old is working with author Frederick Williams to relive his experiences at trial and in prison.
Cosby’s legal troubles are far from over however. A hearing for his ongoing civil lawsuit brought by another accuser, Judy Huth, is scheduled for Sept. 30.
Huth alleges that Cosby sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 1974, when she was 15 years old. While the lawsuit was originally filed in 2014, the legal proceedings took a backseat after Cosby’s criminal problems mounted in Pennsylvania, where he was convicted in 2018 of three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault.
A trial date’s been set for Spring 2022.
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