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Lawyers for Andrea Constand issued a statement on her behalf Saturday. Said Allred: "We can never underestimate the blinding power of celebrity, but justice will come". Cosby accuser Kristina Ruehli, however, pushed back on Camille's statement. The basketball manager stated that Cosby molested and drugged her in 2004, at the stars home in Elkins Park, Philadelphia to discuss her career plans.
  • Mistrial announced in Bill Cosby case

    Mistrial announced in Bill Cosby case

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    Allred said she hopes the court will allow other "prior bad-act witnesses" to testify at the next trial. Cosby pleaded not guilty to three charges of aggravated indecent assault. Since Thursday, June 15, when the jurors told Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Judge Steven O'Neill that they were having trouble reaching an agreement, they have spent almost 24 hours either discussing the case in a conference room or re-hearing trial testimony in the courtroom.
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    Bill Cosby feared being labelled 'dirty old man'

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    It included a statement that Cosby first became attracted to Constand, then manager of Temple University's basketball team, in 2003. He has said the sexual encounter was consensual. Constand testified this week she rejected Cosby's advances and would have fought him off again had the pills not left her paralyzed and semi-conscious.
  • Cosby jury begins sixth day of deliberations

    Cosby jury begins sixth day of deliberations

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    Bill Cosby's chief accuser is thanking prosecutors for taking her case after a jury failed to agree on a verdict. Lawyers for Andrea Constand issued a statement on her behalf Saturday. After a preliminary hearing, a judge decided there was enough evidence for him to stand trial. But her lawyer, Dolores Troiani , said "she's a very spiritual person".
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    She enrolled in a fashion school and plans to launch her own collection. Samantha Geimer , left, appears at Los Angeles Superior Court for a motion hearing in Los Angeles on Friday, June 9, 2017 . Polanski, whose films include " Rosemary's Baby " and " The Pianist ", was arrested on US warrants in both Poland and Switzerland during the past decade, but both countries ultimately declined to extradite him.
  • Judge declares mistrial in Cosby sexual assault case

    Judge declares mistrial in Cosby sexual assault case

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    In the call, Gianna Constand said Cosby apologized and described himself as a "sick man". O'Neill said they had to rely on their collective memory. Gloria Allred, an attorney representing more than 30 Cosby accusers, welcomed the prosecutors' decision to seek a retrial.
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    Cosby judge declares mistrial as jury deadlocks again

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    Women bringing civil cases would also likely find it easier to introduce testimony from other accusers to support claims that Cosby engaged in a pattern of assault, said Douglas Wigdor, a plaintiffs' attorney who represents clients in sexual harassment cases.
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    Wife of Nik Wallenda hangs by teeth over Niagara Falls

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    Wallenda's husband, Nik, had performed his own special antics just five years earlier. "There's a fine line between daredevil and insane", jokes Mark Armstrong from Maryland who just happened to come to the falls and stumble upon the daunting challenge Erendira chose to take on.
  • Wonder Woman stays atop box office, The Mummy is crushed

    Wonder Woman stays atop box office, The Mummy is crushed

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    Its worldwide figure now stands at $435 million. " Wonder Woman " is still at the top spot in North American theaters. " The Mummy " posted very strong openings of $52.2 million in China and $17.8 million in South Korea, both of which were records for films starring Mr.
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    The Conservative source said: "We're confident of getting an agreement, we're confident that the Queen's speech will be passed". Besides forging a deal to keep her job and preparing for Brexit talks, May is grappling with a crisis over the breakdown in power-sharing between the pro-British DUP and the Catholic nationalist Sinn Fein party in Northern Ireland's separate, devolved government.