Bill Cosby has fired another lawyer, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The notorious comedian, 81, who is in prison, has booted more than a dozen of his attorneys and a source told Radar the latest one was ousted “in a fit of rage.”
In September, Cosby was sentenced to three to ten years in prison after having been found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault in April 2018.
Now Cosby has dumped Joseph Green, the lawyer who represented him during sentencing — where he wound up whisked away in cuffs!
Court documents indicate that Cosby hired two new lawyers out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to assist his appellate lawyer.
“He’s had it,” an insider revealed to Radar. “Mr. Cosby said he can’t have the ‘blind leading the blind’ and told Mr. Green to take a hike over the phone when he found out he wasn’t working around the clock to get him out.”
The firing came just six days after his lawyers filed a motion to void his sentence.
The troubled comedian has been represented by over a dozen lawyers since his court saga first started — and he thinks they’re all in cahoots with the prosecution.
“Mr. Cosby told his legal team that the Pennsylvania groundhog could’ve done a better job,” an insider in the convicted comic’s camp told Radar. “He’s offering $250,000.00, cash, to anyone who guarantees his freedom and follows through.”
Through the battle, one lawyer has yet to leave his side – Tom Larkin – who is expected to protect the comic’s fortune in his anticipated blockbuster divorce.
Radar broke the news, after Cosby fired his legal powerhouse led by famed attorney Tom Mesereau after being found guilty at his retrial of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand.
Just this week, the former TV star went bananas after he realizing his wife drained some dough from his secret bank account.
Radar also broke the news that one of his lawyers is suing the cheapskate for over $250,000.00 in unpaid legal fees.
Luckily for the caged comic, the head honcho of the prison system is a fond fan of his , as Radar first reported.