Pulliam, who played Rudy, the youngest Cosby daughter on the classic-hit series “The Cosby Show,” was one of the few celebrity supporters who came out publicly to walk arm-in-arm with Bill during his sexual assault trial.
But since the disgraced comedian was found guilty of sexual assault against Andrea Constand on April 26, Pulliam’s support has allegedly waned.
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“Camille wants Keshia to write a letter or make a statement supporting Bill after his guilty verdict. But Keshia has refused.”
Pulliam reportedly believes she’s done enough, says a source.
“She thinks she has done enough,” a source told Radar Online. “She’s even been to court and stood by Bill, but at this point, she won’t do anything else. And Camille is furious.”
Camille recently popped off in a lengthy 800-word statement defending her husband. She compared Cosby’s accusers to Emmett Till‘s accuser, chastised the media, and called the district attorney office’s campaign “unethical.”
“This is mob justice, not real justice,” she wrote.
In the next 60 to 90 days, Bill Cosby will be sentenced for the three counts of aggravated indecent assault he was found guilty of and those charges come with a 5-to-10-year possible sentence and a $25,000 fine.