He’s washed up, but he’s not clean.
Convicted sex-assaulter and fallen comic legend Bill Cosby says he has stopped showering behind bars — because he is afraid of getting COVID-19.
“As of now, I have declined to take any showers, and I have decided to take wash-ups in my cell. This is the best way for me to stay safe and healthy,’’ the 83-year-old pervert told the Daily Mail in a report Tuesday.
The shunned onetime “America’s dad’’ added that he is under lockdown 20 hours a day at a state prison north of King of Prussia, Pa., amid a coronavirus outbreak in his unit and gets tested for the virus daily.
Cosby suggested he has extra reason to want to stay healthy.
He said he is “very, very hopeful’’ that his latest bid to get his conviction overturned will be successful.
Cosby was convicted in 2018 of sexually assaulting former Temple University basketball administrator Andrea Constand — after a trial that also included testimony from five other women alleging he attacked them over the years, too.
Dozens more women have separately made similar allegations. Cosby has denied committing any crime.
Lawyers for Cosby, who is serving a three- to 10-year sentence involving his attack on Constand, argued at a Dec. 1 hearing that the verdict against him should be tossed because the former beloved “Cosby Show’’ TV star “suffered unquantifiable prejudice’’ throughout the case.
For example, when Cosby admitted in a deposition that he drugged women before sex, he only copped to it because he thought it couldn’t be used against him, since the two sides had a deal, his lawyers said.
In addition, the five women who testified against him in court to show a pattern of sexual abuse talked about attacks that were too dissimilar to Constand’s to be allowed, his camp argued.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has yet to rule on the appeal.
Cosby lost a previous appeal to a lower court in 2019.