After 30 hours of deliberating, the jury in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial announced they are deadlocked, RadarOnline.com can reveal.
According to Radar's source inside the courtroom, Judge Steven O'Neill has asked jurors to continue deliberating, denying the motion for a mistrial.
As readers know, 79-year-old Cosby faced charges for allegedly drugging and molesting Andrea Constand in his Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, mansion in 2004.
The trial has proven to be shocking thus far, with dramatic testimony from Constand herself.
Prosecutors aimed to paint Cosby as a sexual predator, establishing trust with younger women before incapacitating them with drugs and alcohol.
Meanwhile, America's once favorite dad did not testify in his own defense.
In a brief six-minute defense on the sixth day of the celebrity’s sexual assault trial, lawyer Brian McMonagle accused Constand of telling "a stone-cold lie," while coaxing the seven-man, five-woman jury that the former Temple University employee lied “time and time and time again,” making reference to her changing statements.
Stay with Radar for more updates on the case.
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