Bill Cosby is still insisting on his innocence in his first interview behind bars. The disgraced comedian insists that he's not guilty and that the jurors were "imposters" and the trial was a "set-up."
The 82-year-old granted the interview with BlackPressUSA, saying that he wouldn't admit wrongdoing even if it could help him win parole. Cosby is serving up to 10 years for drugging and molesting Andrea Constand in 2004.
Acknowledging that his refusal will likely mean he serves the full sentence, he said: "When I come up for parole, they're not going to hear me say that I have remorse."
Cosby, who calls his prison cell his "penthouse," shared a typical Saturday, when he lectures inmates with Mann Up, a prison reform program.
"I go into my penthouse and lay down and start to think about how I can relay a message and give it on Saturdays so that they would hear it and feel it," Cosby said.