The jury in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial will continue deliberating Tuesday. Jurors were sent home Monday evening after deliberating for four hours, but failing to come up with a verdict. They're weighing accusations that the 79-year-old comedian drugged and assaulted former Temple University employee Andrea Constand in 2004. In closing arguments today, prosecutors described Cosby as a "calculating sexual predator." His defense team, on the other hand, called Cosby's relationship with Constand consensual and pointed to inconsistencies in her story. Earlier in the day, the comedian's lawyers rested their case after Cosby refused to testify on his own behalf.
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