Talk show host Wendy Wiliams is very opinionated and outspoken. She has a segment on her show called "Hot Topics" where she gives her opinions about celebrities. Sometimes what she says is shocking. She talked a lot about Bill Cosby and his trial on Tuesday's show.

Since the Bill Cosby scandal started -- when women came forward with sexual assault allegations -- Williams has been on the side of the women. She still is, but she said even if Cosby is guilty of doing what he has been accused of doing, she doesn't think he should go to jail.

Guilty but no jail time

The Cosby trial is over, and the jury remains behind closed doors as they deliberate the verdict. As of now, no one knows which way they are leaning, but Wendy Williams has already given her verdict about what should happen. She did not mince her words when she gave her opinion about what she thought Cosby's sentence should be. First, she joked about how soon Cosby's attorney rested his case. Then she came right out and said that even if the jury found Cosby guilty, he should not go to jail. Because the disgraced comedian is 80 years old, she indicated that nobody needs to be going to jail for the rest of their lives. If Cosby is found guilty he could spend up to 30 years in jail.

Williams' sentence for Cosby

“They should make him pick his worst property, because I’m sure there’s a chateau, and then there’s a mansion, and then he might have a manse. That’s what they call a really nice house but not mansionesque, I think. Then he might have a brownstone with five stories but no elevator. That’ll make him suffer,” Williams said.


She and her audience burst into laughter. When they had simmered down, she talked on a more serious note, saying that she believes he should be inconvenienced by having an ankle bracelet in a difficult place for him to navigate.

Keisha Knight Pulliam

After talking about Bill Cosby's sentence, Wendy slammed Keisha Knight Pulliam for supporting her television father.

She showed a clip of the 38-year-old former child star explaining her viewpoint on the "Today" show with co-hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb. Pulliam, who was six-year-old Rudy Huxtable on the "The Cosby Show," was seen walking arm in arm with Cosby to court on the first day of the trial.

Williams claimed the young woman did it just to get a check since her ex-husband, Edgerton Hartwell, is behind on his child support payments.

It is very surprising that Williams can get away with some of the things she says because some viewers might think what she says is the absolute truth. She has no proof that Bill Cosby wrote a check to Pulliam in exchange for her support.