It's been over four months since Bill Cosby reported to prison to begin serving a 3-10 year sentence on sexual assault charges.
Throughout the lengthy downfall that led to the 81-year-old's imprisonment, Camille Cosby, Bill's wife of 55 years, stood by his side.
Court reporters were quick to point out, however, that toward the end of Cosby's trial for the rape of Andrea Constand, the disgraced comic was supported only by his legal team.
Insiders now claim that as the evidence mounted, Camille realized that she had been in denial for decades and that Cosby was, in fact, guilty of the horrendous crimes he'd been accused of.
Now, Camille is reclaiming her freedom and sending a clear message to her monstrous husband:
If you ever get out of that place alive, don't come looking for me.
According to Radar Online, Camille has yet to visit Bill in prison.
And sources close to the 74-year-old say she's soon to deliver a devastating blow by filing for divorce from Bill.
“Camille is actively getting advice from several of the top divorce lawyers in the country,” an insider tells Radar Online.
“It’s only a matter of time before she files the papers.”
The source says Bill was initially in denial about being rejected by Camille.
But he began to get the message loud and clear when she refused to visit, answer his phone calls, or in any way acknowledge the couple's 55th wedding anniversary on January 25.
“For every other couple, that would have been a big celebration, but Camille could hardly be bothered to pick up the phone,” the insider says.
“She talked to him for four minutes before hanging up. It’s pretty obvious she doesn’t care about him anymore.”
And it seems Camille has devised a clever method for dodging Bill's daily efforts to get in contact with her.
“Camille will swim in their pool in the morning right before breakfast, again before lunch and then a third time before bed,” the insider claims.
“Those are the exact times that Bill has phone privileges."
And if the rumors about Cosby's deteriorating mental state are true, then being rejected by Camille could be enough to push him over the edge.
Prison sources say Cosby has been roleplaying as Dr. Cliff Huxtable -- the character he played on The Cosby Show -- and administering medical advice to his fellow inmates.
It would be enough to make you feel bad for the poor guy.
If, ya know ... he were anyone other than Bill Cosby.