"Despite the circumstances, he said this is an wonderful experience", Wyatt told NBC 10 Philadelphia in a series of interviews published this week.
Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in a Pennsylvania state prison following his April 2018 conviction for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home outside Philadelphia in 2004. "He's not sad, he's not remorseful because he did nothing wrong".
"Here's why I have "no" remorse and will never have remorse", said Cosby, who maintain that his 2004 encounter with Constand, with whom he settled with a civil lawsuit, was consensual. But Wyatt says Mr. Cosby prefers it to receive little to no visitors.
He reiterated his argument, which he has made for more than three years and through two trials, that he was not charged in 2005 in connection with Constand's allegations and he later settled her civil suit against him for almost $4 million.
Imprisoned sex offender Bill Cosby claims he's a "political prisoner" like Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela or Martin Luther King, Jr. - declaring in a freakish new prison letter that he's been locked up for his humanitarian contributions to society.
He added: "I will stand upright as a Political Prisoner and I Smile". The Truth is Strong!' His attorneys are appealing the sentence, citing 11 alleged errors that occurred during the decision to put Cosby behind bars.
In his interview, Wyatt painted Cosby as a man doing the best he can under the circumstances. He wakes up at 3:30 a.m.to do pushups and situps in his cell before breakfast.
Cosby was moved to general population at the state prison on January 28. after spending his first few months in "administrative segregation".
His wife Camille has not visited him so far.
'He has been able to speak with other inmates about their situation and impart advice, ' said Wyatt.
"When I visit him it's nothing sad about it", Wyatt said.
Instead, Cosby converses with Camille Cosby, 74, three times a day, for about three minutes each over the phone.