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(June 8) The deliberations of a Pittsburgh-area jury, deciding the fate of Philadelphia native Bill Cosby, brought global attention during the past two weeks to Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Less than an hour drive to the south, Delawareans also were drawn into the intrigue of the sexual assault trial, which could have transformed the man once known as America’s dad into a convicted felon.
Cosby faced three counts of aggravated indecent assault, stemming from a 2004 encounter he had with former professional basketball player Andrea Constand.
On Saturday, jurors deliberating for a sixth day announced they were "hopelessly deadlocked," and Montgomery County Court Judge Steven O'Neill declared a mistrial.
One night in early 2004 Constand sought Cosby’s advice, and the actor drugged and sexually assaulted her, she testified last week.
Defense attorneys said Constand and Cosby had developed a romantic relationship.
Pressed in 2014 about the allegations, Cosby told The News Journal, “I can't cry over spilled milk.”“Can I be angry with myself over milk that I spilled?
The Delaware woman, whom Johnson declined to identify – only saying she is “beautiful” – found jobs in commercials with Cosby's help, he said.Johnson said he spoke and prayed with Cosby after the flood of allegations were made public.Cosby had asked, Johnson said, “Why is this happening?Cosby visited the First State numerous times to perform and to counsel young people. Derrick Johnson of Wilmington met Cosby, he said, in the early 1990s at a Philadelphia “call out” event – a speaking tour designed by the actor to denounce rising problems of crime, illiteracy and teen pregnancy in America’s cities.Johnson, who is also known as "Pastor D," said he and Cosby developed a lasting relationship, even as he bristled at aspects of Cosby's message of pulling oneself up by bootstraps because, he said, it overlooked challenges offenders face re-entering society.