Bill Cosby arrives with publicist Andrew Wyatt at the Montgomery County Courthouse as the jury deliberates in his sexual assault trial in Norristown, Pennsylvania June 13, 2017.
After around four hours of deliberations on Monday, which continued over dinner and past nightfall, the seven-man, five-woman panel were sent back to the hotel where they are being sequestered after failing to reach a verdict. If convicted, Cosby could face up to 10 years in prison.
On Tuesday, the jury asked to see the portion of Cosby's 2005 sworn testimony where he refers to the pills he gave Constand as his "friends".
He also focused on Cosby's admission that he told Constand the pills were her "friends" that would help her "relax" but did not inform her what they were.
Mason testified last week that Constand told him Cosby gave her pills that made her feel woozy.
In his closing arguments, Cosby attorney Brian McMonagle told the jury that the comic and Constand were involved in a consensual romantic relationship.
The jury heard impassioned closing arguments from each side Monday, capping the entertainer's weeklong trial.
In the interview, Constand said she'd never been alone with Cosby before the night in early 2004 when she says he drugged and molested her at his suburban Philadelphia home.
This afternoon, Bill Cosby's fate is in the hands of a jury after he opted not to take the witness stand in his own defense.
According to the Inquirer, Marguerite Jackson, the assistant director of advising for the Boyer College of Music and Dance, claimed Constand told her she was sexually assaulted in the defense's statement. One other accuser, Kelly Johnson, testified in the trial as prosecutors sought to establish that Cosby had a pattern of assault. She came to the courtroom for the first time on Monday. Those depositions became the basis of the prosecution in this case, when the seal on them was lifted in 2015 and the prosecutors got wind that they included admissions by Cosby that the routinely got Quaaludes in the '70s with the express objective of incapacitating young women so that he could have sex with them.
"The thing that keeps coming back is if these women were really so wronged, why did they continue their relationships with him, and that's her problem", said Treece.
"We'll be dancing. Woo hoo!" she said.
"I wanted her to be comfortable and relaxed and be able to go to sleep after our necking session", Cosby said in the 2005-2006 deposition.
Cosby also told investigators he gave Constand Benadryl on the night in question, "One whole and then one broke in half".
The AP does not typically identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault unless they grant permission, which Constand has done.
The megastar turned pariah refused to testify and the defense called just one witness, a police detective, before resting their case minutes later on the sixth day of what was initially billed as a two-week trial. The district attorney at the time declined to press charges, citing insufficient evidence.
In closing statements, they portrayed the actor as a sexual predator who deliberately drugged Constand so she would be unable to resist.
If I had my way, we'd never come to verdict on this case.
"They can still find a different form of justice, and that may be just having a voice and having their stories heard", said Jacobs. "I don't understand it".
Camille Cosby sat stoically in the first row behind her husband of 53 years at the defense table, about 30 feet from Constand.