Bill Cosby fresh out of prison has hit the ground running. The American TV star according to reports has delved right back into filmmaking; as he’s currently working on a docuseries.
The docuseries will reportedly explore his life; legacy; sexual assault trial; and his prison time. Interviews are already currently ongoing with his family members, friends, and close associates; as the five-part series will cover in-depth his highly successful career and the sexual assault case that brought it to a grinding halt, TMZ reports.
Also, according to his rep Andrew Wyatt, Cosby is prepping to embark on a nationwide comedy tour to re-engage his fans.
Recall that the Virginia Supreme court overturned his sexual assault; and the comedian and actor was released from prison. Cosby, 83, had served three years out of his 10 years jail sentence for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home in 2004.
The courts however overturned the case on June 30th, saying his rights were mangled during his case and due process was not observed.
The verdict by the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court judges panel states that former Montgomery County District Attorney, Bruce Castor’s decision to prosecute breached an agreement he reached with Cosby.
According to reports, the actor had reached an agreement with the DA to testify in a civil disposition. This was in order to evade facing criminal trial. This agreement made Cosby give an incriminating testimony about drugging women. Castor in turn used his testimony against him in the trial.
The courts also faulted the use of five other women with stories similar to Andrea Constand’s as witnesses against Cosby.