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once one of America's most beloved comediennes Bill Cosby will be sentenced in a hearing that begins Monday a jury found because be guilty in April of three counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand back in two thousand for it could mean eighty one year old Cosby will spend the rest of his life in jail Reuters correspondent Joseph fax , as he faces up to ten years on each of the three counts for which he was convicted although in these cases typically those accounts would be merged %HESITATION and the sentences concurrent and so , from a practical perspective that the the maximum sentence is likely to be ten years Cosby was try twice on the charges relating to constant the first trial ended in a hung jury , with the me too movement taking hold before the second trial started her allegations the only ones that became criminal charges though dozens of women have accused the entertainer of drugging and molesting them in encounters that date back decades last week the judge denied a request by prosecutors to allow these other accusers to share their stories at the hearing the big question of judges the dressing in denying the prosecution's motion was whether we would have a Larry Nasser situation where you might have literally dozens of other accusers coming and testifying for the first time in this case because as we all know because he's been accused by around sixty women at this point but because these lawyers will put up a fight in courts likely arguing his old age and poor physical health should keep him out of jail