Kevin Spacey isn’t out of the fire yet, as three more people came out with allegations of sexual assault against the House Of Cards alum. According to a report from TMZ, the London Metropolitan Police are currently interrogating Mr. Spacey for attacks occurring in 1996, 2008, and in 2013, in Westminister, Lambeth, and Gloucester, respectively.
However, the police are legally obligated not to reveal the person’s identity under investigation, but the dates and locations in question are in line with those previously in relation to Kevin Spacey.
As it was previously reported, back in October 2017, Anthony Rapp, the Star Trek, and Road Trip alum revealed that Kevin supposedly attempted to seduce him when he was just a 14-year-old boy.
In response, the American Beauty actor, 58, released a statement on Twitter addressing the allegations in two ways, one: saying that he might’ve done the act but was drunk, and two: confirming the long-held rumor that he is, in fact, a gay man.
The Academy Award-winner, with his social media account, stated he had a “lot of respect and admiration for Anthony Rapp as an actor,” but he was “horrified” to hear the allegations.
And several more people accused him of sexual assault or harassment, including an incident in October 1992. The next month, in October 2017, Mr. Spacey entered a treatment facility for sexual abusers.
Since then, Mr. Spacey hasn’t gone out in public at all. It gets worse, because Guy Pearce, another actor he worked with back in 1996, accused him of being “handsy.”
Although Guy Pearce did not say much more than that, he merely insinuated that Kevin was “handsy.” In his exact words, Mr. Pearce explained, “he’s a handsy guy,” but an “amazing” and “incredible” actor. Other actors on the set of House Of Cards said Kevin ruled the set like an authoritarian, one that was too touchy, and often times, abusive.