Kevin Spacey faces felony charge for alleged sexual assault on teen

Kevin Spacey faces felony charge for alleged sexual assault on teen

Kevin Spacey faces felony charge for alleged sexual assault on teen

The accusations of sexual misconduct didn't stop there: As of last year, there were reportedly six open investigations against Spacey for similar incidents in the U.K. And in 2017, Heather Unruh, a veteran journalist from Boston, also accused the actor of sexually assaulting her then-18-year-old son at a bar in Nantucket, MA.

Actor Kevin Spacey shared a video on Monday invoking his "House of Cards" character, Frank Underwood, just as the Cape and Islands District Attorney's Office announced he would be called to court on a sexual assault charge next month.

A video of the alleged sexual assault by actor Kevin Spacey against the teenage son of a former WCVB news anchor in a Nantucket bar was obtained by Massachusetts State Police, according to a report released Wednesday.

Spacey channeled his House of Cards character, Frank Underwood, in the strage video.

One of the most-watched videos of this past holiday weekend was the weird, freaky "Let Me Be Frank" video that Kevin Spacey released on his YouTube channel. He said Spacey tried to get him to go back to where he was staying on Nantucket, but he repeatedly declined the invitation, the complaint reads.

"I told you my deepest, darkest secrets".

At one point during the night, he and Spacey were near the bar's piano with other customers singing when he alleged Spacey started rubbing his thigh and then unzipped the victim's trousers and began groping his genitals, the complaint alleges. "Soon enough, you will know the full truth". "Kevin Spacey bought him drink, after drink, after drink and when my son was drunk, Spacey made his move and sexually assaulted him".

"The one positive aspect of the Kevin Spacey video is that we can all point to it and say, "That's what happens when you don't have a screenwriter", wrote screenwriter Craig Mazin. I showed you exactly what people are capable of.

"You wouldn't believe the worst without evidence, would you?" "I know what you want", he begins.

But the line between Spacey and the character remained fuzzy, as he eviscerated those who wished to see him confess and lambasted others who rushed to judgment without facts.

At the time, Spacey would have been 26-and Rapp only 14.

"Of course, they're going to say I'm being disrespectful-not playing by the rules, like I ever played by anyone's rules before", Spacey says.

Spacey raised eyebrows Monday with his ill-fated return to social media for the first time since his apology to Anthony Rapp and official statement coming out as a gay man in October 2017. He has not been out in public since and was written off the final season of House of Cards. Spacey said he did not remember such an encounter but apologised if the allegations were true.

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