Bill Cosby arrived for sentencing in a Pennsylvania courtroom after being found guilty of sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004 — without his wife Camille at his side! Instead, the disgraced comic entered a courtroom packed with at least 20 women who’ve also accused the disgraced comic of drugging and sexually assaulting them over the decades. While Cosby has faced a series of lawsuits from women who’ve come forward in recent years, the once-beloved entertainer was able to dodge criminal charges because of various statues of limitations. But crusading D.A. Kevin Steele had won election in Pennsylvania on his promise to prosecute Cosby over the Constand case. As a result, protesters outside the courthouse are celebrating Cosby’s humiliation as “America’s First #MeToo Conviction,” citing the new showbiz movement to name and shame Hollywood’s most notorious sexual predators!