norristown - The jury appointed in the lawsuit against Bill Cosby was considered Monday evening. Earlier in the day, both the prosecutors in the abuse and the comic team got their last chance of convincing the jury members of their arguments. The lawyer of the 79-year-old The Cosby Show star emphasized the romantic nature of Cosby's relationship with his alleged victim Andrea Constand.
This is what news channel NBC reports.
He also contradicted contradictions in the statements made by Constand. For example, she claimed that she had almost no contact with Cosby after the night he'd used to abuse her, but phone bills indicate they were talking 72 more times.
The prosecutor drew up Cosby's statement from 2005, in which he admitted that he gave Constand pills to relax, to finally have sex with her. She loves to hit the pills outside the west, and has not agreed to sex.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Andrea Constand\n \n \n Photo: AFP
The jury consulted Monday evening for four hours, but according to NBC, it did not reach a ruling. The seven men and five women pick up their summit again on Tuesday morning.