Bill Cosby Got Hit With Nearly $3 Million In Legal Fees

September 25, 2019 / Posted by:

NBC News says that as Bill Cosby sits in prison due to being found guilty of three counts of sexual assault, he may wants to start brainstorming ways to bring in the coins like selling Cosby brand pudding pops in the commissary. Although, nobody, not even an inmate, would ingest something Cosby offered them. Because Cosby owes a lot of money in legal feels, and he’s not exactly bringing in the money anymore.

Bill Cosby is currently in prison for three to ten years because of the 60+ women who have accused him of assaulting them. JK, 60 women getting justice all at once? LOL, no it was only for Andrea Constand‘s case. So he’ll be there chilling for at least two more years as he’s almost finished one. But don’t worry, he loves it there.

Well, now he’s got the fun task of paying a huge fine whilst incarcerated. The hits keep coming! A judge decided that the good people of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, who chose to represent Cosby, deserve payment for all the honorableselfless and virtuous work that they did. Also Janice Dickinson got hers so it’s time for everyone else to get their pieces of the pie too.

Bill had challenged a $9 million bill for his legal representation calling it “egregious.”

The 82-year-old Cosby had challenged a California arbitration award that upheld nearly $7 million of a $9 million bill submitted by just one firm in the run-up to his first sexual assault trial in Pennsylvania in 2017.

The judge didn’t give the law firm the whole $7 million to $9 million, but did order that Cosby is responsible for $2.75 million in legal fees to the good people who tried their hardest to convince us he wasn’t a monster.

Mixed feelings, because on the one hand: yes, love when people salt the wound. But on the other: this just means that the people who spent their time slandering assault victims in an attempt to make their client look innocent of assault will get paid $3 million for doing so. Could we do something else with the money? Donate it? Burn it? Anything?

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