Jurors for the Bill Cosby trial unfolding in Pennsylvania said they are deadlocked Thursday on all of the three counts of second-degree aggravated indecent assault.
The jury has been trying to agree on a verdict for over 30 hours. Judge O'Neill, the man overseeing the trial, instructed the seven men and five women to go back and “try again” because court officials are trying to avoid a hung jury.
O'Neill said he will not set a time limit on how long they have to find a consensus. Cosby, a 79-year-old comedian and actor best known as the friendly, funny dad on "The Cosby Show," is facing more than 10 years behind bars and Twitter has a lot to say about it.