Mistrial Declared in Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Trial

By Staff  |  06/17/2017

Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial has ended... in a mistrial.

According to reports, jurors were unable to reach a verdict on all sexual assault counts, after more than five days of deliberation... and more than 50 hours.

On Friday (June 16), they told the judge they were deadlocked... but were asked to continue deliberations until 9:30 p.m. Still, no decision was made.

Montgomery County Judge Steven O'Neill declared a mistrial.

"Do not in any way feel you have let the justice system down," O'Neill told the jury.

Despite the outcome, prosecutors are promising to re-try the 79-year-old comedian.

Cosby has been accused of drugging and molesting Andrea Constand, 44, at his home in Philadelphia in 2004. It was the only criminal case stemming from dozens of accusations of sexual misconduct -- all of which he denies.

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