Bill Cosby is set to walk into a Pennsylvania courthouse today and tomorrow to face sentencing after being convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee, Andrea Constand back in 2004. Since then, dozens of women have stepped forth with similar allegations. Cosby's sentence could result in him losing his freedom for the remainder of his life.
The two-day sentencing begins today in Montgomery, Pennsylvania, right outside of Cosby's hometown of Philadelphia. The 81-year-old faces a maximum of 30 years behind bars, however that time may be shortened as the state's sentencing guidelines recommend 22-36 months for someone with no previous criminal records. Considering is age and state of health, there's a slight chance that the state would allow him to get off with house arrest or probation.
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