Bill Cosby Trial: Juror Says Comedian's Past Talk of Quaaludes Helped Seal His Conviction

Harrison Snyder, 22, admitted that he's never seen an episode of "The Cosby Show" before he served on the jury.

A juror on Bill Cosby’s trial says there isn’t a doubt in his mind that the disgraced comedian is guilty.

"It was his deposition, really," Harrison Snyder told "Good Morning America". "Mr. Cosby admitted to giving these Quaaludes to women, young women, in order to have sex with them."

Last week, Snyder and his fellow jurors convicted Cosby on three counts of aggravated indecent assault in the drugging and sexual assault of Andrea Constand in 2004. Cosby faces 10 years in prison for each count.

Snyder, 22, who was juror No. 1, had never even seen an episode of "The Cosby Show." 

"I really didn't know a lot," Snyder said. "I knew he was an actor. I'm a little too young for that."

Cosby, who has been released on $1 million bail, is now confined to his estate outside Philadelphia until he's sentenced in 75 days. He must also wear a GPS monitoring device. 

Cosby can’t leave his property except for medical appointments and meetings with his legal team. All trips off his estate must be approved in writing.

His home has a swimming pool and is surrounded by a stone wall for privacy.

Former supermodel, Janice Dickinson, testified last week that Cosby raped her back in 1982. Dickinson said she was outraged that he wasn’t set to prison right away.

“I hope Bill Cosby rots in prison," Dickinson told DailyMailTV. "He deserves every bit of 30 years and more."

His attorneys have vowed to appeal the decision.

Sunny Hostin, a legal correspondent for ABC, said, “He’s an 80-year-old man, any sentence, at this point, of 10 years is a death sentence in my view."