The trial was ruled a mistrial by the judge on Saturday morning, after the jury could not reach a verdict. Huth's lawyer, Gloria Allred, says the scheduling of a second deposition was on hold because of the criminal trial.
The mistrial will be seen as a blow to the dozens of women who have accused Mr Cosby of sexual assault, a number of whom were present in court last week awaiting the verdict. Cosby's trial ended without a verdict after jurors failed to reach a unanim.
Massachusetts: Seven women are suing Cosby for defamation in separate lawsuits pending in Massachusetts, where Cosby has a home in Shelburne Falls.
Cosby's wife, Camille, attacked the prosecutors, the media and the judge in a statement after the mistrial.
District Attorney Kevin Steele could ask the judge to let more of Cosby's 60 accusers testify or disclose to jurors that accuser Andrea Constand is gay.
Cosby has suggested he hopes to resume his career and his role as a public moralist.
If found guilty on all three charges, the comedian could be sentenced to up to 10 years on each count.
Cosby had broken barriers as the first black actor to star in a network show, "I Spy", in the 1960s and, two decades later, created the top-ranked "Cosby Show".
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Not only the Opposition; Shiv Sena, an ally of the NDA, also alleged that Kovind's name was not discussed with the allies. In the past two presidential polls, Sena broke ranks with NDA and backed Congress' Pranab Mukherjee and Pratibha Patil.
But it was Cosby's reputation as a public moralist who urged young people to pull up their saggy trousers and start acting responsibly that prompted a federal judge to unseal portions of an explosive deposition he gave more than a decade ago as part of Constand's civil lawsuit against him. "The jurors, they used their power to speak". He and his lawyers insisted that his encounters with Constand were part of a consensual affair, not an assault.
In civil lawsuits in the United States, plaintiffs need only show that the weight of evidence is on their side, meaning they have information to tip the scales above 50 per cent in their favour, as opposed to criminal cases in which prosecutors must prove claims beyond a reasonable doubt.
The prosecution said they were pursuing a fresh trial. On Saturday, they came back and told O'Neill they were hopelessly deadlocked.
"Do you agree there is a hopeless deadlock that can not be resolved by further deliberations?" he asked each juror. Without that courage there will be more victims. "T he prosecution needed 12 for a verdict - the defense only needed one for a mistrial".
The jury appeared unable to agree on which version of the night in question to believe: Constand's or Cosby's.
It wasn't immediately known how many jurors wanted to convict and how many wanted to acquit. "Once people say they are deadlocked, then what really becomes the reason for further deliberations?" "I t's important for the jury to be informed that there are more accusers, and if those accusers allege same or similar facts", she said.
Bruce Castor, the ex-prosecutor who passed on Constand's case in 2005, said Saturday that he was disappointed but not surprised in Steele's failure to win a conviction. Cosby was charged shortly before the statute of limitations was set to expire. She said Cosby gave her pills that he said were herbal, but that left her immobile and drifting in and out of consciousness.