Responding to rumors published online last week, a representative for Bill Cosby spoke out Friday to assert that “there are no issues” in Bill and Camille Cosby’s marriage.
A report from Radar Online, published Wednesday, claimed that the two were heading to splitsville after over 50 years of marriage (and, for Bill, accusations of sexual assault from more than 60 women).
The article, citing “insiders,” claimed that Camille had left their Pennsylvania mansion and “sequestered herself in the couple’s Massachusetts hideaway with their chef, multiple drivers, a house manager and their three grown kids, who have not visited the 80-year-old monster in months.”
Cosby rep Andrew Wyatt told People magazine that the story was “ridiculous,” and called Radar an “egregious publication.”
“The accusations they have made in their tabloid are absolutely false,” says Wyatt. “Mrs. and Mr. Cosby are not getting divorced and she’s with him in the Philadelphia home as we speak.”
“No issues in the marriage, no issues with the children,” continues Wyatt. “These children are grown women in their 40s and 50s. These are not kids. These are not little kids running away from their father.”
Cosby was convicted in April of the aggravated indecent assault of former Temple University women’s basketball coach Andrea Constand.
Following the verdict, Camille Cosby claimed that Constand had “perjured” herself and was motivated by money—despite receiving no financial award in the criminal verdict against Bill Cosby. She also called for an investigation into the trial’s prosecutors.
Bill Cosby has yet to be sentenced, and his defense says he plans to appeal the verdict. He could face anywhere between five and 30 years behind bars.