We previously posted about Bill Cosby's upcoming sentencing and how his wife Camille wanted a new judge on the case, after suspecting that Judge Steven O’Neill was sentencing Bill based on past political bias with former district attorney Montgomery County, Bruce Castor. According to Page Six, Camille plans on filing a complaint with the Judicial Conduct Board of Pennsylvania just a few days before Bill's sentencing. 

“My husband was improperly prosecuted in a trial presided over by an unethical judge who seeks to compound his unethical behavior by sentencing Bill Cosby, now 81 years old and unsighted, for a charge that the former DA and the judge’s rival, Mr. Castor, determined was unwarranted and would never be prosecuted,” Camille said in a statement. “This must be done not just for my husband’s sake, but for the sake of the American people and the preservation of our fundamental rights.”

Bill is convicted of three counts of aggravated indecent assault and faces up to 10 years for each count. Bill's sentencing takes place on September 24th and is expected to last two days.