The verdict is in for Judy Huth‘s sexual assault case against Bill Cosby.

Nearly a month after the civil trial began, a jury in California found the Cosby Show star, 84, liable of sexually assaulting Huth at the Playboy Mansion during the ’70s when she was a teenager, according to Reuters. The jury⁠—who deliberated for two days last week and started anew on June 20, when one juror with a prior commitment had to be replaced by an alternate⁠—awarded $500,000 to Huth in damages.

Cosby did not attend the trial in person, though he has denied Huth’s allegations.

The verdict comes almost a year after Cosby’s 2018 criminal conviction for the 2004 sexual assault of Andrea Constand was vacated. Prior to the decision, the comedian served more than two of his three-to-10 year prison sentence before Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court found that an agreement he had made with a previous prosecutor would have prevented him from being charged in the case.