Pennsylvania State Board: Bill Cosby Is a ‘Sexually Violent Predator’
A Pennsylvania state board recommended that disgraced comedian Bill Cosby be listed as a “sexually violent predator.” If a judge overseeing his case agrees, Cosby, 81, will have to register as a sex offender for life and will be required to receive treatment. District Attorney Kevin R. Steele on Tuesday requested a hearing to decide if Cosby will get the predator label. Cosby was found guilty in April of sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand and was accused of sexual misconduct by several other women. He is currently on house arrest. “We will see them in court,” his publicist told The Philadelphia Inquirer in response to the filing.