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Bill Cosby thinks R. Kelly Got ‘RailRoaded’ in Trial



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Bill Cosby thinks that R. Kelly simply got dealt a bad hand with the guilty verdict in his federal sex crimes case. Cosby is blaming Gloria Allred and systemic racism for Kelly’s guilty verdict. Gloria Allred represented the alleged victims in both Cosby’s and Kelly’s cases. However, last year on September 27, 2021, Kelly was found guilty in New York. The charges included sexual exploitation of a child, bribery, racketeering, and sex trafficking involving five victims.

TMZ caught up with Andrew Wyatt, Bill Cosby’s spokesperson, at a Beverly Hills hotel last year on September 28, 2021, to hear what his client thought on the verdict. Wyatt told TMZ that Cosby thought that R. Kelly got “railroaded.” Systemic racism is the common thread throughout the interview that Wyatt had with TMZ. Citing how R. Kelly had to sit in jail while awaiting trial but Harvey Weinstein was out on bond. Additionally, Wyatt brought up how Allred has gone after prominent black men like Tiger Woods and Shaquille O’Neal. Wyatt also brought up cancel culture as a problem with society and a contributing factor. 

Finally, Wyatt also did not think the singer would be sentenced because an appeals court would overturn the verdict. Just like they did for Bill Cosby. 

The Difference in Bill Cosby’s & R. Kelly’s Trials

The difference between the two very high-profile cases is very simple. Cosby’s release from prison had nothing to do with his innocence or guilt. Instead, it happened because of the D.A. messed up a deal that Bill Cosby made to avoid prosecution. Kelly did not seem to have such a deal set in place for himself. 

Meanwhile, as of June 29, 2022, R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison after being found guilty on all counts of racketeering and sexual assaults. The sentence came as a shock for many die-hard R.Kelly fans, but as a sigh of relief for his alleged victims. 

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