Bill Cosby's new life as inmate NN7687 in 'state-of-the-art facility'

Bill Cosby arrives for a sentencing hearing in Pennsylvania on Tuesday.

"We are taking all the necessary precautions to ensure Mr. Cosby's safety and general welfare in our institution", Corrections Secretary John Wetzel said.

SCI Phoenix is brand new, state of the art - and maximum security.

Unlike older prisons, SCI Phoenix's manual key locks have been replaced with electronic cell doors monitored from a central location. And inside the Pennsylvania's State Correctional Institute at Phoenix in Collegeville, he's now simply known as inmate number NN7687.

81-year-old comedian Bill Cosby heads to jail for processing after judge sentences him to three to 10 years in prison for 2004 sexual assault. And no one should be treated disproportionately because of who they are, where they live, or even their wealth, celebrity or philanthropy.I am not permitted to treat him any differently because of who he is, or who he was.It is time for justice.

Camille Cosby later released a statement, accusing Kevin Steele, the district attorney of Montgomery County, of using "falsified evidence" in the trial against her husband of 54 years, ABC News and CNN reported.

He did not offer his legal reasoning, but under Pennsylvania law, he will be required to do so in writing if Cosby's lawyers raise the issue on appeal. That was followed by an accusation by Deborah Ramirez, who said Kavanaugh exposed himself to her while she was drunk at a college party. That means he have meetings with staff from medical, psychology and the records departments.

Cosby wasn't the only person to have laughed in the courtroom during his sentencing.

An invoice shows air travel, baggage fees, meals, and hotel stays for Andrea Constand, supermodel Janice Dickinson, and the others who took the stand against the famous felon, who was convicted on sex assault charges following an April retrial.

The state prison system has geriatric inmates, and most of their prisons are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

"They persecuted Jesus and look what happened", his publicist Andrew Wyatt said outside the courthouse Tuesday. For breakfast, Mr. Cosby will have access to fruit and cereal every day, as well as milk, coffee and sugar.

CBS News' Jericka Duncan spoke with one of the prosecutors, Kristen Feden, in an interview you'll see first on "CBS This Morning".

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