Bill Cosby has not yet entered the general population at prison.
Bill Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison after being convicted for drugging and sexually assaulting 60 women. According to TMZ, his time behind bars has been pretty easy so far as the publication reports that his days consist of chatting with wife Camille and touring the grounds with prison staff.
Bill is awaiting entry into general population at Pennsylvania State Correctional Institution Phoenix in Schwenksville and before he enters, his mornings start off with a solo breakfast in his cell. After his meal, a guard has to transfer him to his next location (since he's legally blind) that may be the library or other facilities and by the time lunch or dinner comes around, he eats in a private room or his cell again.
Cosby's representative, Andrew Wyatt, tells TMZ that Bill only has nice things to say about the officers who are taking care of him, who are described as very respectful. Also, the daily calls he receives from his wife are said to only be about plans to appeal his conviction. Bill still has to wait about another week until he can receive visitors.