Bill Cosby Will Likely 'Spend the Rest of His Life Eating Pudding in Prison,' Says Jimmy Kimmel

Do inmates get the luxury of Jell-O Pudding Pops? If so, there's a possibility Bill Cosby will spend the rest of his days dining on them while behind bars, according to Jimmy Kimmel. Cosby was the subject of late-night jokes on Jimmy Kimmel Live! after a jury found him guilty on three charges of aggravated assault on Thursday.

"Bill Cosby, one of the most beloved and successful TV stars of all time, was convicted of three counts of indecent assault today," Kimmel said. "He could very well spend the rest of his life eating pudding in prison—and that's not even the top story of the day!"

Bill Cosby found guilty of drugging and molesting woman. Pudding pops were not involved. pic.twitter.com/vSFvIbwygp

— Susan Alexander (@susankalexander) April 26, 2018

The famous comedian, who was the face of Jell-O Pudding Pops in the 1980s, is facing up to 10 years in prison for each count: penetration with lack of consent; penetration after administering an intoxicant; and penetration while unconscious. The 80-year-old actor could serve the time concurrently, which would allow him to spend 10 years in lockup instead of 30.

Cosby was accused of sexually assaulting and drugging former mentee and Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his home in a Philadelphia suburb in 2004. Despite dozens of other women coming forward with similar accusations of being drugged and raped by Cosby, the trial was based solely on Constand's testimony.

Last year, a jury failed to reach a decision on Cosby after deliberating for 52 hours over five days, leading Judge Steve T. O'Neill to call a mistrial. This time, it took the jury 14 hours within two days to reach a verdict.

Kimmel wasn't the only late-night host to address Cosby's fate. The former Cosby Show star caught some heat on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. "So it's officially over for Bill Cosby now," Noah said on his Comedy Central show. "So he can't do anything now, except for maybe run for president."