Nov. 6, 2014, entertainer Bill Cosby and his wife Camille share a laugh as they tell a story about collecting on of the pieces in the upcoming exhibit, Conversations: African and African-American Artworks in Dialogue, at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art in Washington.

Nov. 6, 2014: Bill Cosby and his wife Camille share a laugh as they tell a story about collecting one of the pieces in the upcoming exhibit, Conversations: African and African-American Artworks in Dialogue, at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art in Washington.

*Camille Cosby, 70, was most recently seen sitting next to her famous husband while a reporter for the Associated Press asked questions about the multiple sexual assault allegations that have surfaced.

Other than comments from Bill Cosby’s nephew Braxton Cosby – who recently told FarrahGray.com that his uncle was “innocent” – neither Camille nor any of Cosby’s children have reacted publicly to the allegations that were dismissed by Cosby’s lawyer as “unsubstantiated.”

But one family friend tells People.com that Camille, who married Cosby 51 years ago when she was only 19, remains a huge source of support “on every level.”

“She’s behind him,” the source says. “I think that their half-century of marriage and love and accomplishment, that outweighs things like this.”

Meanwhile, Roseanne Barr went on Twitter early Wednesday morning with a selfie showing her face looking battered and swollen.

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She captioned it: “Got in a tussle w bill cosby. U shoyld see that mfer.”

Just as quickly, Barr quickly deleted the tweets and explained in another tweet that her worked-over face was from a chemical peel, not Cosby’s paws.

Last Thursday, Barr spoke to the Daily News about Cosby’s rape allegations involving at least 13 women, saying: “I don’t wanna get sued or have (Cosby) send anyone to beat me up, but I think it’s obvious: 13 to 1.”