Defendant John Fidler headed back toward the Moakley Federal Courthouse on Monday.–Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff

Jurors in the “Top Chef’’ trial have encountered some difficulty with one of their own.

US District Court Judge Douglas P. Woodlock, who is presiding over the trial, read a note on Monday afternoon that was sent to him by the jurors deliberating in the trial of four Teamsters union members charged with strong-arming a production company for the television show.

“We have a juror who is assuming guilt over innocence,’’ the note from the jurors reads, according to Woodlock. “We are not sure how to go on from here. Any suggestions would be helpful.’’

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