Bill Cosby Did a 'Fat Albert' Impression While Leaving His Own Rape Trial

Bill Cosby Did a 'Fat Albert' Impression While Leaving His Own Rape Trial
Disgraced comedian Bill Cosby has been accused of raping more than 50 women, and this week his mammoth sexual assault trial came to an end. Though it was previously thought that he'd have to stand trial, Cosby weaselled his way out of speaking in court. In fact, the most publicized words he's spoken since the trial started on June 5 come from a children's cartoon.

Cosby left the courtroom on Tuesday evening (June 13) after a second day of deliberation from the jury. They've yet to come to a verdict on the case, though Cosby seems to be in frustratingly high spirits.

In a video that will make you want to punch a hole in your computer screen, Cosby greeted reporters with a Fat Albert impression, quoting his cartoon character's popular phrase "Hey hey hey!" as he left the trial. 

The trial surrounds Cosby's relationship with actress Andrea Constand, who claims the actor drugged and raped her at his Philadelphia home in 2004. A verdict is expected this week.

As NBC reports, Cosby could face up to 10 years in prison on each of three counts of sexual assault. They could be merged for sentencing purposes.