Bill Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in state prison on Tuesday. The sentence is related to his assault of in 2004. Cosby was declared a "sexually violent predator" ahead of the sentencing, which he and his attorneys are expected to appeal, according to reports. The 81-year-old comedian was sentenced by Pennsylvania judge Steven O‘Neill for drugging and sexually assaulting Constand amid allegations that he had similarly drugged other women. Being deemed a "sexually violent predator" means Cosby must undergo monthly counseling in perpetuity and report quarterly to authorities, . His name will appear on a sex-offender registry. Cosby was convicted in April of molesting Constand — a former Temple University administrator — about 14 years ago. The octogenarian actor is best known for "The Cosby Show."
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