Bill Cosby’s Devious Plot To Trick ‘Dwindling Fans’ Exposed

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In a desperate bid to maintain his dwindling fan base, Bill Cosby’s camp has resorted to having an “assistant” send letters to people trying to correspond with the caged creep!

Only RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained one of the comic’s letters delivered by mail on the high-quality paper complete with a “Bill Cosby” monogram running along the top for special effects.

READ THE SHOCKING LETTER HERE!

The disgraced funnyman, who has turned into a raving lunatic behind bars following his conviction for using knockout drugs in a 2004 sexual assault, is apparently using the letters to let fans know he’s not losing his mind at Pennsylvania’s SCI Phoenix state prison.

“Thank you very much for your letter to Mr. Cosby,” the one-pager signed by Debbie Meister, who describes herself as an “Assistant to Cosby.”

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“Please know that he is in good health and spirits and really appreciates your thoughts, encouragement and support.”

In an attempt to keep mood positive, the letters states: “Keep up the prayers – they are working!”

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However, in a jailhouse confession exclusively obtained by Radar, the prayers don’t seem to be working for the 81-year-old sex fiend who, in September, was sentenced to 3 to 10 years for his brutal attack on Andrea Constand.

“They’re using sonic pressure on my head,” he ranted during on prison phone call. “I think they have some kind of eye in the cell – every time I start writing it goes up higher to see it.”

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In another blathering burst he says: “I think the mirror is rigged. There is a huge satellite on the compound.”

Perhaps someone in the Cosby camp determined that it is best to keep his thoughts private and let the “assistant” Debbie handle his correspondence with the general public.

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