Lena Dunham Says 'My Heart Is with Every Survivor' After Bill Cosby Mistrial
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Hollywood is reacting to news that Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial has ended in a mistrial Saturday morning. Cosby stands accused of sexually assaulting and drugging Andrea Constand in 2004.

The mistrial was announced after Judge Steven O'Neill received a note from the jury indicating they were " deadlocked on all counts."

Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele said they will retry the case.

Lena Dunham was one of the first celebrities to comment on the mistrial, saying "my heart is with every survivor."

RuPaul also posted the below tweet following the announcement, before re-tweeting a 2015 article interviewing all the women accusing Cosby of assault.

Don Cheadle quoted a post about the decision, before retweeting MSNBC Christopher Hayes' tweet reading, "The criminal justice system - for a million different reasons - is not going to transform policing or hold it accountable. Ever." He later explained his tweet below, writing, "It's the Fat Albert TV show theme and a dark, commentary on all of it."

George Takei tweeted the message below, before retweeting another message reading, "It seems sexual predators get free passes these days--in the court house and the White House"

Kumail Nanjiani of "Silicon Valley" asked whether it's possible for Cosby to get an unbiased jury.

Meanwhile, 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' producer Andy Lassner tweeted his support to all Cosby's accusers.

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