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June 14, 2017

Video: Bill Cosby imitates 'Fat Albert' on way out of courtroom

While leaving court after a second day in which a jury was unable to produce a verdict in the sexual assault trial against him, Bill Cosby channeled one of the characters that made him a high-profile comedian.

While exiting the Montgomery County Courthouse Tuesday night, Cosby was recorded by TV news cameras doing the "Hey, hey, hey" catchphrase from the "Fat Albert" character he played in the animated series of the same name that ran in the 1970s and 80s.

Cosby, 79, has reportedly done this a few other times during the trial, much to the delight of the handful of his fans who have been gathering outside.

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The jury adjourned for the second day in a row without a verdict Tuesday. Cosby is accused of drugging and molesting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his home in 2004.

Deliberations continued Wednesday amid a large media presence.

Ten other lawsuits against Cosby, ranging from defamation to sexual battery allegations, are still pending across the country. More than 50 women have claimed the comedian sexually abused them.