Bill Cosby accuser Andrea Constand shares mysterious video from courthouse after jury announces deadlock

The woman at the center of the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial that has a jury deadlocked tweeted a video from the courthouse suggesting she feels pretty confident.

Andrea Constand, who has accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 2004 at his Pennsylvania townhouse, tweeted a slow-motion video of herself shooting a perfect basket in what appeared to be the hallway of the courthouse where the jurors are deliberating.

There was no message included with the video, which was soundtracked with the Harlem Globetrotters theme, and no explanation for why there was a basketball hoop in the courthouse.

Constand is a former college basketball star and managed the women’s basketball team at Temple University.

On Thursday, the jurors told trial Judge Steven O’Neill that they were deadlocked and could not come to a consensus. The judge ordered them back to the deliberation room to keep trying, and denied the defense team’s request for a mistrial.

Outside the court, Constand’s attorney Gloria Allred told reporters that the deadlock “was not a vindication of anybody.”

“This is not the end,” the attorney said.


Feature photo: Associated Press