Bill Cosby's wife, who was largely absent as her husband stood trial for sexual assault, is calling his conviction "mob justice."
"This is mob justice, not real justice," Camille Cosby wrote in a scathing statement. "The tragedy must be undone, not just for Bill Cosby, but for the country."
During the trial, five women testified that Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them. Dozens more have come forward with similar stories.
But the disgraced comedian's wife suggested those accusers were lying, and blasted the media for reporting their claims.
"Since when are all accusers truthful?" she asked in her statement. "Are the media now the people's judges and juries?"
She added: “Once again, an innocent person has been found guilty based on an unthinking, unquestioning, unconstitutional frenzy."
Camille made her first and only appearance at the retrial last week, during closing arguments.
Former supermodel Janice Dickinson, who testified at the trial, and her lawyer Lisa Bloom, had blunt messages for Camille.
"You must have known, Camille!" Janice emphatically told Inside Edition.
Another accuser, Lili Bernard, who attended the trial, spoke her mind to Inside Edition.
"That is how she will be remembered," she said. "That is the legacy she is establishing for herself as a woman who is attacking brave rape survivors."