What You Need To Know: Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby mugshots released, actor imprisoned at SCI Phoenix

After being sentenced to three to 10 years in state prison and processed at a local jail, a mugshot of comedian Bill Cosby has been released.

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In the photo from Montgomery County Correctional Facility, the 81-year-old looks down camera, wearing suspenders and a white button down shirt. He appeared at the sentencing with a suit jacket, watch and tie, which were removed before he was handcuffed and led away.

This image provided by the Montgomery County Correctional Facility shows Bill Cosby on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018, after he was sentenced to three-to 10-years for sexual assault. (Montgomery County Correctional Facility via AP)
Photo: Montgomery County Correctional Facility

Cosby was sentenced for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004. Constand released a victim impact statement Tuesday ahead of Cosby’s sentencing.

Related: Bill Cosby sentenced to prison: Read Andrea Constand's impact statement

A second, newer mugshot, released Wednesday, shows Cosby in a pale blue collared shirt, looking slightly to his left. The latest image comes as he was transferred to SCI Phoenix, a maximum-security prison, Tuesday evening.

Bill Cosby looks away from the camera in his mugshot taken at SCI Phoenix in PnessyvaniaTuesday evening. (Photo by SCI Phoenix)
Photo: SCI Phoenix

In addition to a three- to 10-year prison term, Cosby has to pay a $25,000 fine and cover the cost of his prosecution, People reported.

Related: 5 things to know about Bill Cosby, his prison sentence, victim Andrea Constand

Cosby will also have to report regularly to authorities and undergo counseling for the rest of his life. Judge Steven O’Neil, who sentenced the actor, ruled that he is a “sexually violent predator,” meaning any neighbors and schools will need to be informed of his whereabouts.

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