Invoice Cosby struggled to sleep following his release from prison, nonetheless in disbelief that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court experienced vacated his sexual assault conviction and finished almost 3 a long time driving bars, his agent reported Thursday.

The comedian was awake until finally at the very least 2 a.m. and received about a few hours of slumber during his first evening of liberty, Cosby’s spokesman Andrew Wyatt informed NBC News.

“I really don’t want to go snooze due to the fact I am scared this a nightmare,” Cosby stated, in accordance to Wyatt.

Pennsylvania’s significant courtroom threw out Cosby’s 2018 conviction on a few counts of aggravated indecent assault, ruling that his thanks procedure rights had been violated.

When the condition higher courtroom came as a result of with its ruling Wednesday, Cosby was nevertheless asleep in his mobile at SCI Phoenix in Collegeville and a guard advised the blurry-eyed — and understandably puzzled — prisoner he’d before long be totally free.

Cosby responded, “What are you talking about?” according to Wyatt.

The gentleman the moment regarded as “America’s Father” experienced collard greens and fish for evening meal Wednesday night time and then eggs, sausage and potatoes for breakfast.

He prepared to be reunited with wife his wife Camille Cosby on Thursday and commit the upcoming 3 weeks with her. It’s going to be the initially time they have noticed each and every other considering the fact that he went to prison in September 2018, according to Wyatt.

Cosby emerged from his home in the Philadelphia suburb of Elkins Park at about 12:40 p.m. EDT.

He flashed a peace sigh with his remaining hand and explained, “Thank you,” when a supporter shouted, “Welcome dwelling.”

He failed to response any concerns as he was loaded into a Chevrolet Suburban and driven away.

Cosby was convicted of drugging and assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004, and was serving a a few- to 10-12 months sentence. Cosby has managed that his call with Constand was consensual, and he has denied all other allegations of wrongdoing.

In 2005, then-Montgomery County District Lawyer Bruce Castor opted from charging the actor, “thus making it possible for Cosby to be pressured to testify in a subsequent civil motion,” according to the large courtroom. A later prosecutor utilised that lawsuit testimony in courtroom, and Cosby’s very own words and phrases ended up crucial in his conviction.

“Unable to invoke any proper not to testify in the civil proceedings, Cosby relied on the district attorney’s declination and proceeded to give 4 sworn depositions. Through those depositions, Cosby made numerous incriminating statements,” state Supreme Court docket Justice David Wecht wrote in a 79-web site view, ordering Cosby’s launch.

The prosecution of Cosby was a person of the initially important milestones of the #MeToo motion, as ladies arrived ahead with their tales of undesirable sexual innovations and harassment in the place of work and somewhere else.