>> Less than a week after a mistrial was declared in Bill Cosby's sexual assault case, the comedian's spokesman announcing plans for Cosby to conduct a series of town halls this summer to discuss how to avoid sexual assault accusations. Spokesman Andrew Wyatt, in an email saying he's received calls from civic organizations and churches, requesting that Cosby educate young people about the judicial system.
Earlier in the week Wyatt, said that talks will also be aimed at young athletes and married men. Saying, they need to know what they're facing when they're hanging out and partying, when they're doing certain things they shouldn't be doing. Attorney Gloria Allred, who represents 33 women accusing Cosby of sexual assault crying foul.
Saying the talks were an attempt to interfere with his expected retrial. 7 men and 5 women jurors did not reach a consensus on whether to convict the 79-year-old on charges he drugged and sexually assaulted Andrea Constand, a former staffer at Cosby's alma mater Temple University. Cosby has long denied any wrongdoing, saying his relations with Constand, or anyone else, were consensual.