As we reported here, embattled comedy legend Bill Cosby was given a new reason to smile this week when he learned one of his sexual abuse convictions would be reviewed by a higher court (thereby granting him the right to appeal).
His wife, Camille, shared his elation as revealed in a recent interview with ABC News. Sitting down with resident anchor Linsey Davis, the 76-year-old waxed honest on her thoughts about prison reform and gender equality (as portrayed by the #MeToo movement).
Her comments will undoubtedly get tongues wagging, namely her comparison of her husband’s legal plight to the racially charged 1921 Tulsa massacre that left hundreds of Black Oklahoma residents dead after bombings and other acts of terrorism.
Hear her words inside: