The feminist took to Instagram to post a note about Cosby being sentenced to prison for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his Philadelphia home in 2004. The former comedian, 81, has been accused by dozens of women of drugging and raping them, with allegations of sexual abuse spanning decades. However, the statute of limitations has prevented many of these alleged rapes from being criminally prosecuted.
Amber wrote Wednesday morning in response to the sentencing: "Mannn f--k the fact that he's old and f--k the fact that he was on TV 😒 He is a sexual predator just like Trump and Harvey! ( I hope they get their day as well) So y'all are going to sit here and tell me that all of these women are lying? 🙄 FOH!!! If Bill Cosby raped and drugged any of you Women/ Men that I've been seeing on the Internet standing up for this RAPIST or your mamas you would be scared to say something too Because you would assume that no one would believe you."
"Shit, I would actually be scared to say something because his entire life he has been put in such a positive light," she continued. "That's why he got away with it for so long! We should be praising these women for showing us exactly who he is. I hope he doesn't die in jail I hope he does the full 10 years and then dies the day he gets out 🤷🏼♀️ Justice is finally served! Shame the rapist not the Survivors. Byeeee 💀"
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Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in Pennsylvania state prison on Tuesday.
Ahead of his sentencing, Judge Steven O'Neill ruled Cosby to be a "sexually violent predator," meaning his name will appear on a sex-offender registry and will have to meet with counselors and report to authorities for the rest of his life.
The 81-year-old's lawyers had asked for house arrest, saying the legally blind entertainer was too old to do time behind bars.
"It is time for justice," O'Neill said today in court. "Mr. Cosby, this has all circled back to you. The time has come."
The sentencing comes after Constand's victim statement was released earlier today, where she wrote that "Bill Cosby took my beautiful, healthy young spirit and crushed it."
"He robbed me of my health and vitality, my open nature, and my trust in myself and others," she continued. "Instead of looking back, I am looking forward to looking forward. I want to get to the place where the person I was meant to be gets a second chance."
"I heard the very clear impact on your life," the judge told Constand during sentencing.