Referring to the recording, Camille Cosby said in a statement read by a spokeswoman: "These egregious injustices must be corrected."Speaking at a press conference, Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele rejected the claim: "If that's what they've got, it's more than a 'hail Mary.'" Steele said that though Cosby will be eligible for parole in three years, "victims get a say" in his release."He could serve every day of 10 years at this point," Steele said.
The "sexually violent predator" classification means that Cosby must also undergo lifetime counseling and report quarterly to authorities.
His name will appear on a sex-offender registry sent to neighbors, schools and victims.
— Bill Cosby was sentenced Tuesday to three to 10 years in state prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman over a decade ago, becoming the first celebrity of the #Me Too era to be sent to prison.
Montgomery County Judge Steven O'Neill handed down the sentence after he ruled Cosby to be a "sexually violent predator" for the assault on Temple University women's basketball administrator Andrea Constand at the comedian's estate near Philadelphia in 2004.