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Bill Cosby walked into a Pennsylvania court room on Tuesday (September 25) and was sentenced to three to 10 years for the sexual assault of Andrea Constand. According to TMZ, the disgraced comedic actor was deemed a “sexually violent predator” by a judge prior to the hearing.

“I’m not permitted to treat him any differently based on who he is or who he was,” the judge said. “As she [Constand] said, Mr. Cosby, you took her beautiful, healthy young spirit and crushed it.”

Constand accused Cosby of raping her in 2004 when she was working with Cosby at Temple University’s athletic department. During the hearing, Constand’s full victim impact statement was read to the courtroom.

“The psychological, emotional and financial bullying included a slander campaign in the media that left my entire family reeling in shock and disbelief,” she wrote in the statement. “The sound of his voice over the phone felt like a knife going through my guts. The sight of the man who drugged and sexually assaulted me coming into the basketball office filled me with dread.”

Cosby’s trial lasted 13 days and included testimony from not only Constand but also five other women who claim they were also drugged and sexually assaulted by Cosby.

As part of his sentencing, he also was hit was a $25,000 fine and must pay prosecution costs. The judge denied bail.

Naturally, Twitter has exploded with reactions to Cosby’s sentence. If he serves the full term, he’ll be 91 when he’s released.

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