Comedian Bill Cosby has been found guilty on three counts of sexual assault, and now faces up to 30 years in prison.
The Pennsylvania jury took a full day to reach the verdict, finding the 80-year-old guilty of drugging and molesting Andrea Costand at his home in 2004.
The retrial was held after the trial in 2017 ended in a mistrial, when the jury could not reach a unanimous verdict.
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Cosby claimed the encounter with Ms Costand was consensual.
Dozens of women have accused the star of sexual misconduct going back to the 1960s, but only Ms Costand's was recent enough to be prosecuted.
Cosby declined to testify on his own behalf. His legal team called Ms Constand a "pathological liar".
He reportedly showed no emotion as the verdict was read, while other accusers of his burst into tears.
The district attorney argued that Cosby should be taken into custody immediately, because he owns a plane and would be a flight risk.
Cosby's temper broke, shouting out that he "doesn't have a plane, you a**hole".
The judge decided to give Cosby bail, based on his "age and medical condition". He will have to remain in Montgomery County until he is sentenced.