The jury in the Harvey Weinstein rape trial looks to be facing a potential deadlock on the two most serious charges against him. During the fourth day of deliberations on Friday, jurors asked what they should do if they can't reach a verdict on the two predatory sexual assault charges but can on the other three. Annabella Sciorra, who alleges Weinstein raped her in 1993 or 1994, testified to support these two charges, and it's her testimony that jurors have appeared to be focused on in recent days. The prosecution on Friday said they wouldn't accept a "partial verdict," and the judge instructed jurors to continue deliberations. Not long after, the jury was dismissed, with deliberations set to resume Monday.

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