After 5 Days of Testimony in Sex Assault Trial, Why Isn't Bill Cosby's Wife Standing by Her Man?

It's the question everyone's been asking all week at the Bill Cosby trial: Where’s his wife, Camille?

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For five days Cosby has been accompanied to court by his supporters, including Keisha Knight Pulliam, who played Rudy on The Cosby Show, actress Sheila Frazier, and comedian Joe Torry.

“I believe Mr. Cosby innocent,” Torry told Inside Edition. “Everybody should be until they come out of the courtroom.”

But for all those wondering where Cosby's wife of more than 50 years has been, Camille reportedly plans to come to court next week.

Meanwhile, Bill Cosby has said he will not be taking the stand, but there are reports that his defense team may be re-thinking the strategy.

Depositions he gave in 2005 when Andrea Constand first accused him of sexual assault were read aloud in court Friday.

Cosby says he spent two hours on the phone with Constand's mother, Gianna, reassuring her that he did nothing wrong and offering to pay for her daughter’s tuition for graduate school.

“Where would that money come from?” a detective asked Cosby.

“We would write a check,” the comic replied.

“Would your wife know about it?” he was then asked.

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“She would know about it, but not know it's because Andrea and I had sex,” he replied.

The judge in the case blocked an attempt by Cosby's lawyers to reveal to the jury that Constand is a lesbian.

Cosby has pleaded not guilty to the criminal charges against him and has denied the accusations of the dozens of other women who've accused him of assault.

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