He lost his temper after the verdict, as prosecutors argued he should be denied bail.
"He doesn't have a plane, you asshole!" yelled the actor, after the district attorney claimed he could flee anywhere in the world by private jet.
The jarring contrast between his profanity and his beloved persona was evidence that the comedian was never the man he portrayed himself to be, Montgomery County prosecutor Kevin Steele said.
'I want to thanks the jury, justice has been done!' she said.
The request was filed Friday, a day after a suburban Philadelphia jury reached its decision on the second day of deliberations.
Constand sued Cosby after prosecutors initially declined to file charges, settling with him for almost $3.4 million more than a decade ago.
Its release helped destroy the "Cosby Show" star's career and good-guy image.
More than 50 women spoke out against Cosby, many with remarkably similar stories about his alleged actions decades ago: He gave them drugs, they became incapacitated, and he assaulted them, they said. During the 2019 legislative session, they are lobbying to extend the statute of limitations to bring civil charges for sexual assault from two years to 20 years.
Some of his accusers were present in court, and cried as the guilty verdict was returned.
Cosby also acknowledged giving pills to Constand before their sexual encounter.
When the attack took place, Ms Constand was working as director of operations for the women's basketball team at Temple University, Philadelphia. His prior rulings suggest he may allow Cosby to remain on home confinement.
Minutes later, she was suffering double vision and quickly lost consciousness. His legal team had depicted her in court as a cash-strapped "con artist" and liar who was interested in only one thing: "Money, money and lots more money". The case was reopened in 2015.
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Cosby's is the first criminal conviction of a high-profile person since the #metoo movement began.
Temple University has rescinded the honorary doctorate it awarded in 1991 to Bill Cosby, who was a highly visible long-time booster and fundraiser for the Philadelphia school, where he earned an undergraduate degree.
"He had a hung jury on the first trial and that will play into whether or not he goes home during as they appeal", the legal expert asserted.
After decades of whispers, lawsuits, investigations and close calls - and a multitude of women who lost hope anyone would ever believe their word against that of America's Dad - Bill Cosby could be headed to prison at age 80 for the remainder of his life. That has now all changed, and there is no doubt that this verdict will have far-reaching consequences.
An appeal would be likely to focus on the trial judge's decision to let a parade of women testify that they, too, were abused by the former TV star.
Heidi Thomas told the court that the comedian served her spiked wine that made her drowsy for four days in 1984.
Janice Baker-Kinney, who claimed he had drugged and raped her in 1982, said she was relieved this "toxic chain of silence has been broken".
"I wanted to hit him, wanted to punch him in the face", Ms Dickinson, 63, told the courtroom in Norristown, Pennsylvania.
"When it started to sink in, I got so disgusted", Lublin said.
"Whether he ends up serving time in jail or if he dies during the appeals process, that doesn't remove the fact that he has been convicted", Dempsey said.
"I feel like I'm dreaming", Bernard said outside the courthouse on Thursday.
"They also had a huge amount of prejudice and bias by having five women also testify to crimes which he was not on trial for", Benson said.