Camille Cosby was absent Tuesday when her husband Bill Cosby was sentenced in a Pennsylvania courtroom to three to 10 years in state prison, the Washington Post reported.
Also absent were his three adult daughters. “The court saved two full rows in the packed courtroom for Cosby’s personal use — enough to hold at least 16 people,” the Washington Post added. “In the first row sat an attorney, two publicists and one old friend. The second row was empty.”
Camille Cosby later released a statement, accusing Kevin Steele, the district attorney of Montgomery County, of using “falsified evidence” in the trial against her husband of 54 years, ABC News and CNN reported. Cosby’s publicist, Andrew Wyatt, said the trial was “the most racist and sexist” in U.S. history.