Jury Deliberates for 2nd Day in Racketeering Case Against Hollywood Private Eye Anthony Pellicano

The jury deciding the federal racketeering case against Hollywood private eye Anthony Pellicano and four co-defendants has gone home for the day without reaching a verdict and will resume deliberations on Monday.

Friday marks the first full day of deliberations for the panel that got the case after closing arguments ended Thursday.

The jury will decide if Pellicano spearheaded an illegal scheme that wiretapped such stars as Sylvester Stallone, and ran the names of other celebrities such as Gary Shandling and Kevin Nealon through law enforcement databases to dig up dirt that clients could use in legal and other disputes.

Pellicano, 64, and all the co-defendants have pleaded not guilty to a variety of charges.