Jurors sent to hotel for the night

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Judge Vincent Gaughan has told jurors in the R. Kelly child porn case to stop deliberating — and sent them to a hotel for the night.

Jurors deliberated for more than three hours Thursday afternoon without reaching a verdict. At 5: 50 p.m., Gaughan called them back into his courtroom.

"We're going to make some accomodation for you," the judge told them. He ordered sheriff's deputies to bring the jurors back to the courthouse at 8:30 a.m. Friday to resume deliberations.

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Perhaps the judge is sending them to the infamous log cabin for the night...lol

who the heck is this rkelly guy?

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