SUPERMODEL Janice Dickinson revealed how she screamed “who’s having the last laugh now?” across the courtroom at shamed Bill Cosby as he was jailed for up to 10 years for sexual assault.
In an exclusive interview after the comedian’s sentencing, Janice described her alleged rapist as a “sexually deviant monster” and said the “world would be a better place without him”.
She also slammed his wife Camille as a “disgrace” for sticking by her man and told how she hopes Cosby “gets what he deserves in prison”.
Janice added that the “historical” trial should serve as a warning to “perverts and sex predators everywhere” that their time is up and “women are coming for them”.
And in an emotional video message, she described how she’d been holding in “toxic poison” for over 30 years and was finally “vindicated” before goading her alleged abuser by saying “bye bye Cossy, have fun in prison.”
The disgraced comic was jailed for three counts of indecent assault following the drugging and sex attack of former friend Andrea Constand at his Philadelphia home in 2004.
The sentencing finalises an epic fall from grace for the comedian once referred to as “America’s dad” as he became the first big star to be convicted for sex abuse since the start of the #MeToo movement.
Janice, 63, and over 60 other women have accused Cosby of drugging and sexually abusing them over the decades, with most complaints too old to prosecute.
The model, who was one of five women to bravely testify against the star, 81, at his trial, told Sun Online: “When the verdict was read out a lot of women wept and I noticed that Cosby was laughing, just stood there laughing with his attorneys and that p****d me off.
“I wanted a shot at him and to wipe that smirk off his face so I waited for a break in proceedings where the judge left the room – but Cosby was still there – and I started laughing out loud.
“Then I shouted at him, ‘Who’s having the last laugh now?’
“He was looking around pretending to be blind but I don’t believe that for a second – it’s just part of his act to gain sympathy.
“I’m so pleased the judge gave him the maximum sentence and I hope one day to go to Cosby’s prison and have my moment to say to him what I’ve held in for so many years.
“I’d look him in the eye and say, ‘Rich or poor, young or old – there’s never an excuse for violating a woman.’
“I’d ask him why he cheated on his wife and I’d say ‘Why did you abuse women? Why?’
“That man is a sexually deviant monster. Drugging women so they are unconscious then raping them – it’s just the biggest perversion one can imagine.”
Earlier in his trial, Janice had told the courtroom in Philadelphia how Cosby drugged her, rendered her unconscious and raped her in a hotel room in Lake Tahoe, California in 1982, when she was 27.
Twisted Cosby allegedly offered her a pill for her period pains but the drug left her unable to move leaving her unable to fight off his advances.
She woke up the next day with his semen on her body.
Emotional Janice says the attack still gives her terrible nightmares and mood swings and accused Cosby of stealing “so much from her”.
She said: “Its never over – there’s always a permanent distortion of life for you – of new and old friends, of loving, working, sleeping – everything is distorted in some way after going through something like that. Even with therapy.
“Then I used alcohol and drugs to try and change the distortion – even temporarily – but that backfired.
“I exist with nightmares still. Knowing that there are so many positive, good parts of life I missed out on because of this.
“All of us women had the courses of our lives permanently changed. We deserve justice and he deserves prison for the rest of his life and I hope that he gets that.”
She said she didn’t come forward earlier because she was terrified that powerful Cosby would end her career.
In fact, she said every woman who spoke out against him didn’t do so earlier because they were afraid “for their jobs, afraid for their paychecks, afraid of the character assassination that comes with reporting assault.”
And Janice had said she had equal animosity for Cosby’s loyal wife of 54 years Camille, who didn’t attend the sentencing but said in a statement that prosecutors had used false evidence against her husband.
Speaking about Camille, Janice said: “For her to come out and say that is disgusting and so utterly false – he was convicted right down the middle. And it was a very fair judge.
“Over 60 women came forward – how could she say that?
“And how could she not know that her husband was having sex with all these women?
“In my opinion she’s a disgrace.”
During Tuesday’s sentencing, Cosby’s lawyers had asked that he be allowed to remain free on bail, but the judge said he would not treat the celebrity any differently from others.
Prosecutors rejected the notion that Cosby’s old age and health issues entitle him to mercy and he will now be housed at SCI Phoenix, a state prison in Pennsylvania.
Janice says she is pleased Cosby has not been given any special treatment.
“They’re all waiting for him in prison – they’ve been watching the news,” she said.
“You know those who rape are at the lowest level in prison.
“The other prison inmates treat you really badly and I hope he gets that. I hope he gets what he deserves in prison.
“I hope that he never gets parole – in fact the death sentence wouldn’t be good enough for him.”
Janice’s publicist and close friend Stephen Lenehan said it had be a long, difficult journey for the star since she first came out publicly and accused Cosby of rape three years ago.
“When Janice first came out everybody called her a liar,” Stephen said.
“But she never gave up even when no one believed her – she had the courage to go on.
“Today is vindication for her – and its a big ‘f*** you’ to all those people who didn’t believe us.”
She added: “I’ve dealt with a paedophile father and then I had to deal with this monster [Cosby].” she said.
“I think I was put on this earth to be one of the first women to come out against Cosby, which started the #MeToo movement.
“It’s not a man’s world anymore – we’re taking over. You have to believe the women, we will not back down and we will come after you.
“This should be a warning to sex predators and perverts everywhere – your time is up start being afraid.”
Cosby, who was known for breaking racial barriers in the 1960s by becoming the first black actor to star in a network show, I Spy.
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He was soon catapulted to stardom as the lovable Dr Cliff Huxtable on popular sitcom “The Cosby Show”.
He won countless Emmys, Golden Globes and Grammy awards over his once illustrious career and was even presented with a Presidential Medal of Freedom.
As more than 60 women came forward with allegations of lurid sexual abuse, Cosby’s career collapsed – with re-runs of the Cosby show taken off air.
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