Cosby is on trial for sexual assault.
Then she warned Cosby not to declare victory. Cosby was facing up to 10 years for each of the counts against him. The judge declared he will try to reschedule a new trial within 120 days. The 79-year-old comedian says the encounter was consensual. Overtly and arrogantly collaborating with the District Attorney.
Announcing the decision, Pennsylvania judge Steven O'Neill reminded Mr Cosby that he remains charged and on bail, despite the mistrial.
The statement was read outside the Norristown, Pa., courthouse, where the jury declared themselves "hopelessly deadlocked" after 52 hours of deliberation in the case of accuser Andrea Constand. "This was about Andrea Constand and inconsistencies in her story".
Jurors who have appeared stressed and even angry seemed more upbeat as they left court outside Philadelphia Thursday night than on previous nights, despite enduring another marathon session. "If the case is retried, know that I will once again put them to the test". In response to the mistrial, Allred said, "We can never underestimate the blinding power of celebrity".
In a statement released on Bill Cosby's official account from Camille, it reads: 'How do I describe the District Attorney?
At a hearing, the jury said it could not reach a unanimous verdict on any of the counts being faced by the TV entertainer.
Cosby's legal team have treated the mistrial as a positive and claimed the star's "legacy" had been restored.
"It's too early to celebrate Mr. Cosby", she warned. She said the mistrial was a "manifestation of justice".
In her statement, Camille attacked the district attorney, the judge, and the media.
Gloria Allred is the lawyer for 33 of the women who accused Cosby of slipping them pills and sexually assaulting them. Cosby and Constand met at the comic's alma mater, Temple University, where Constand worked at the time. Cosby pleaded not guilty to three charges of aggravated indecent assault.
Cosby's defence attorney Brian McMonagle proclaimed: "Justice is real".
Bill Cosby's trial on sexual assault charges has ended without a verdict after jurors failed to break a deadlock.
Sixty women, including Constand, have accused Cosby of drugging and/or sexually assaulting them, or attempting to do so. That case is not affected by the delay in the criminal proceeding.
"A charge is a charge", he added when asked if he would retry Cosby but with lesser charges.
The jury was diversified with seven men and five women. The judge has refused, saying jurors are permitted under the law to deliberate as long as they want.
Jurors got the case on Monday.