Jurors in the Manhattan criminal trial of former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein went home for the weekend with no verdict after they sent a note to the court indicating they are struggling to reach consensus on two counts of predatory sexual assault, the most serious charges faced by Weinstein.

“We the jury request to understand whether we can be hung on [counts] one and/or three and unanimous on the other charges,” the note said, according to Manhattan Criminal Court Judge James Burke.

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