Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille, appear more solid than ever.
The couple was spotted outside their New York City home on Sunday, with Camille clinging to her husband's arm. The 78-year-old comedian was dressed down in a white sweatshirt with the words "Hello Friend" printed on it, while Camille wore a long grey coat. Hello Friend is the name of the foundation the Cosbys set up in honor of their late son, Ennis Cosby, who was killed in a failed robbery attempt in 1997.
The sighting marks the first time in six months that the comedian has been photographed. The last public sighting of Cosby was in May during his appearance at Selma High School in Alabama, where he promoted education.
Over 50 women have now accused the embattled comedian of sexual assault. He has denied all wrongdoing and has never been charged with a crime.
Last December, Camille defended her husband of over 40 years, after the number of women accusing him of sexual assault began to grow.
"A different man has been portrayed in the media over the last two months," she said in the statement. "It is the portrait of a man I do not know. It is also a portrait painted by individuals and organizations whom many in the media have given a pass. There appears to be no vetting of my husband’s accusers before stories are published or aired. An accusation is published, and immediately goes viral."
"None of us will ever want to be in the position of attacking a victim. But the question should be asked -- who is the victim?"she added.
In November 2014, supermodel Beverly Johnson briefly talked about Camille, after she claimed Cosby drugged her in 1986 at his home when she came to read for a part on The Cosby Show. Johnson said that when she called to confront the comedian using the private number he gave her, she was shocked to hear Camille answer the phone.
"A little shocked, I quickly identified myself to her in the most respectful way possible and then asked to speak to Bill," Johnson wrote for Vanity Fair. "Camille politely informed me that it was very late, 11 p.m., and that they were both in bed together."
Cosby recently had a legal win on Nov. 13, when Judge Debra Katz Weintraub temporarily stayed an order for him to sit for a deposition in accuser Janice Dickinson's defamation civil suit against him. Cosby's deposition was originally supposed to take place on Nov. 23 in Boston, Dickinson's attorney, Lisa Bloom, exclusively told ET earlier this month.
Cosby was already ordered to give a deposition on Oct. 9 in the case of Judy Huth, who claims in a lawsuit that he molested her at the Playboy Mansion in 1974 when she was 15. It was ruled the details of that deposition are to be sealed from the public until Dec. 22, so the court can decide which portions may or may not be kept confidential.
Watch the video below for ET's interview with Huth's attorney, Gloria Allred.