‘He’s A Sexually Violent Predator’: Bill Cosby’s Main Accuser Breaks Silence About Comedian’s Prison Release

Andrea Constand, the woman whose sexual assault allegations originally sent Bill Cosby to a Pennsylvania prison for three to 10 years, has spoken out for the first time since the comedian’s release.

In an interview to air Tuesday night on “NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt,” Constand, 48, told reporter Kate Snow that she was “really shocked” and “disappointed” by Cosby’s release. However, she claimed was not surprised the comedian had publicly celebrated his release.

“During the time he was incarcerated, absolutely zero remorse for what he did to me,” Constand commented.

Constand claimed she does not care if Cosby goes on tour, saying, “Anybody that gives him a platform to speak, to joke — rape is not a joke.”