Inside prison where Bill Cosby is expected to serve his sentence 3 to 10 yrs

The disgrace America dad Bill Cosby is expected to spend the next three to 10 years of his life in a new $400million Pennsylvania state prison while serving out his sentence for drugging and molesting a woman more than a decade ago.

The 81-year-old comedian was sentenced on Tuesday after a jury found him guilty of drugging and molesting Andrea Constand at his Philadelphia mansion 14 years ago.

SCI Phoenix is a maximum security, 3,830-bed, handicap-accessible, state-of-the-art prison which began operating earlier this year. The $400million prison is staffed by 1,200 full-time employees and features 164 acreage inside its double ring of razor wire fences and a 1.5mile perimeter.

The cells have bunk beds and storage lockers, as well as a stainless steel toilet and sink combo and a small desk and stool. Unlike older prisons, SCI Phoenix’s manual key locks have been replaced with electronic cell doors monitored from a central location.

Cosby’s lawyers asked that he be allowed to remain free on bail while he appeals his conviction, but the judge appeared incredulous over the request and turned it down, saying that even considering Cosby’s age and blindness, “he could quite possibly be a danger to the community.”

Cosby was escorted out of the courtroom in handcuffs. Cosby will spend the first few days of his prison sentence at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility outside Philadelphia. From there, he’ll be taken to SCI Phoenix, a new state prison outside Philadelphia, where staff will assess his physical, medical and security needs. He will then be designated to a state prison.