With jury deliberations continuing Wednesday in Pennsylvania, Pulliam appeared on "Today" to explain why she publicly supported Cosby at his trial and reveal how she'll feel if the verdict comes in as "Guilty."
"It was important for me to be there because at the end of the day I truly believe you're innocent until proven guilty, and that's just not the man that I ever experienced," Pulliam said during her TV appearance. "I just thought about it, how would I want to be treated if God forbid I was in that situation?"
"It's easy to be there for someone when things are good, when business is good, when money is good, when all of these things," she continued. "I just felt like I wanted to do what I would have wanted to receive."
Pulliam added that Cosby has still been in "good spirits" during her interactions with him. "Knowing Mr. Cosby is to know he's a comedian, there's always that sense of laughter and I was grateful to see his spirit hadn't been broken as a result of this process because it's arduous," she added, "There's nothing happy, there's nothing good about it for either side."
If Cosby is found guilty, Pulliam said she would be "disappointed," adding, "I'm gonna have to just cross that bridge when I come to it."
"It won't change the love because when you have family, people falter, people make mistakes, things happen, but in no way is that condoning sexual assault," she continued. "As a woman and being a mother to a daughter, it's nothing that I take lightly or that I condone in any way shape or form, but he's still a person, he's still a husband, a parent, someone's son."
Cosby is being charged with drugging and molesting Andrea Constand at his Pennsylvania home in 2004.