Bill Cosby appeared disheveled and out of sorts at a Pennsylvania court Wednesday as he was charged for the alleged sexual assault of a former Temple University employee.
Cosby, 78, stumbled and nearly fell down as he entered the Montgomery County Courthouse around 2:45 p.m. Wednesday. The longtime comedian wore black sweatpants, duck boots and a black and white wool sweater, and carried a cane; on his arm was a young woman.
Cosby yelled, "Not guilty!" as he passed through a sea of reporters on his way into the courthouse.
Cosby barely spoke during the arraignment, only giving brief answers to Montgomery County judge Elizabeth McHugh.
"Yes," "yes," "thank you," were Cosby's responses.
He posted $100,000 bail and was ordered not to have any contact with the alleged victim, Andrea Constand.
"No contact?" Cosby asked at one point, then added, "Yes."
Cosby also turned his passport over to prosecutors before leaving the courtroom, his face set in a grim expression.
He faces three felony counts on aggravated indecent sexual assault for an alleged 2004 rape against Constand, then a Temple University employee.
After the proceedings, which lasted roughly 15 minutes, Cosby was taken to a nearby police station to give his fingerprints and get a mugshot taken.