CelebrityNews: This Saturday, a Pennsylvania judge ruled out the trial of Bill Cosby because it was impossible for the jury to reach a verdict. This is the second time that happens and leaves the case against the actor in the air.
The comedian was charged with drugging and sexually abusing Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his mansion in Elkins Park, Pa., In 2004.
The jury was deliberating for days the possible sentence asking Constand questions and asking for more documentation to the judge. However, they could not agree. The District Attorney’s reaction has been to ensure they would try to reopen the case against Cosby.
Meanwhile, family and supporters applaud the situation and celebrate it in this video singing and showing their full support to their idol. It has been the same Bill Cosby who has published it in his account of Instagram thanking everyone for the affection. “Thank you to all of my fans and supporters — here in Norristown and worldwide”, He wrote after the news was known.
This scandal is just one of the cases and accusations against the actor that have overshadowed his acting career in recent years. At age 79, the comedian was charged with three misdemeanors in 2015.
He declared himself ‘Not Guilty’ insisting that his sexual exchange with these women was agreed upon and agreed by both parties. But Constad, who is gay, denies that there was any agreement on his part to make what happened.
For his part, defense attorney Brian McMonagle was most passionate defending his client during its almost two hours of exposure and running against the plaintiff. “What’s happening here is wrong and the only people who can stop it is you…. A man’s life is at stake.” he said in his speech.
The number of women who has accused the actor of the same already amounts to 60. Although the veteran artist has only said that he does not speak of what he only considers innuendos and not actual facts, most of these cases have many similarities.
Time will tell if the case finally gets anywhere or gets stuck and filed away.