Bill Cosby has been found guilty on three counts of aggravated indecent assault, the New York Times reports.
The guilty verdict came on the second day of jury deliberations in a Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Courthouse. The charges stem from an incident involving a woman named Andrea Constand, who was an employee of Temple University when Cosby is alleged to have drugged and performed sex acts o
For years now, America has been struggling with the allegations that Bill Cosby — once a beloved television father and comedian — may have used his position in Hollywood to commit a series of violent sexual assaults. For those unfamiliar with the timeline involved in the Cosby case, I would encourage you to check out ABC’s detailed recap of everything that led up to this past month’s trial, including the civil cases brought against the actor-comedian and the Hannibal Burgess joke that is widely regarded as the instigating event in bringing these accusations to the public. And today, as noted by Deadline, a Norristown, PA jury has forced the judge to declare a mistrial in Andrea Costand’s case against Cosby.
While it seems like a list like this could provide at least a modicum of entertainment (after all, there's no bond more solidifying than the collective hatred of a public figure), there's a few glaring issues with it.