Bill Cosby had to eat some humble pie with his Jell-O pudding after cops were called to his Pennsylvania mansion on a noise complaint and crashed the disgraced star’s 81st birthday celebration.

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Cosby apparently let things got a little too loud for nearby neighbors who complained that jazz music was blaring at the birthday bash since 7am, the Daily Mail reports. Cosby and about a dozen friends were reportedly at the party when police showed up.

But even though Bill Cosby turned up for his birthday, he is still under house arrest as he awaits sentencing on a rape conviction. So a birthday bash at his home was about the only place he could celebrate.

Awaiting Sentencing

This could be the last hurrah for the embattled comedian given that he is awaiting a September 25th sentencing and faces some jail time.

Bill Cosby recently fired his entire legal team since the conviction. Cosby secured a new team to help him avoid jail time since he was found guilty and convicted of on three counts of aggravated indecent assault against Andrea Constand, reports Page Six

Cosby’s charges could come with a 5-to-10-year prison sentence and a $25,000 fine.

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It seems that the well has run so dry for Camille Cosby who media outlets claim is filing for divorce.

According to Radar Online, Cosby’s 74-year-old wife has moved out of their Pennsylvania home to their Massachusetts residence.

The 80-year-old ailing Cosby has reportedly been pleading for Camille to come home. But Camille allegedly packed her belongings and took her personal chef and house manager and headed for the hills.

“She even took the staff with her!” an insider told Radar. “He literally is home alone.”

That’s surprising given that Camille went off and issued a lengthy 800-word statement defending her husband after the conviction. She compared Cosby’s accusers to Emmett Till‘s accuser, chastised the media, and called the district attorney office’s campaign “unethical.”

“This is mob justice, not real justice,” she wrote.