Judge Steven T. O’Neill has declared a mistrial in Bill Cosby’s sexual assault case Saturday, after the 12 jurors informed O’Neill they were deadlocked. The case—formally referred to as Commonwealth vs. William Henry Cosby Jr—centers on Cosby allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in his Philadelphia home in 2004.

A panel of five women and seven men deliberated for upwards of 52 hours, and according to CBS News, the Montgomery County, Pennsylvania District Attorney will immediately retry the case.

Constand was one of dozens of women who accused Cosby of drugging, and or initiating sexual contact without consent, and her case narrowly beat the 12-year statute of limitations. As such, Cosby was arrested for aggravated indecent assault in December 2015.