The jury in the Bill Cosby sexual-assault case says it can’t come to any unanimous decision

The jurors in the Bill Cosby sexual-assault trial said on Thursday that they are deadlocked after four days of deliberations and are unable to come to any kind of decision on any of the counts the comedian is facing.

“We cannot come to a unanimous consensus on any of these counts,” the panel said in a note to the judge, according to NBC News.

According to multiple reports, Judge Steven T. O’Neill has ordered the jurors to go back and continue to deliberate.

More developments to come.