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Bill Cosby Awaits Fate as Jury Starts Deliberations in Sex Assault Trial

The jury at Bill Cosby’s trial started deliberating Monday over whether he drugged and molested a woman over a decade ago in a case that has already helped to destroy the 79-year-old comedian’s image.

A conviction could send Cosby to prison for the rest of his life, completing the late-life downfall of one of the most loved stars in show business.

The case went to the jury of seven men and five women on Day 6 of the trial after closing arguments gave differing portrayals of what happened between Cosby and Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia estate.

Defense attorney Brian McMonagle told the jury that Cosby and Constand were lovers who had enjoyed secret “romantic interludes” and that the 2004 encounter was consensual. McMonagle said that while the comedian had been unfaithful to his wife, he didn’t commit a crime.

Prosecutors countered saying “fancy lawyering” can’t save Cosby from his own words – namely, his admissions about groping Constand after giving her pills he knew could put her to sleep.

“Drugging somebody and putting them in a position where you can do what you want with them is not romantic. It’s criminal,” District Attorney Kevin Steele said.