Kevin Spacey Is Being Forced To Deny A Sexual Relationship With A 14-year-old Boy
On Thursday the Oscar-winning actor was forced to deny he had a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old boy.
An anonymous accuser is alleging that Spacey initiated a sexual relationship with him in 1983 in a report published on Vulture.com.
An attorney for Spacey denied the charges.
The accuser, now 48, claims to have met Spacey, then in his twenties, at the age of 12. Spacey was teaching an acting class.
After the acting class ended, the accuser says they ran into each other two years later.
“He was kind of in high seduction mode and gave me his phone number and asked me to call him,” the accuser claimed. “He said, ‘I want to see you, and I want you to come to my apartment.’ He said he’d always been really drawn to me at the acting classes but had stayed away because I was 12.”
The man claims the next day the two spoke on the phone and met at Spacey’s place. “We started a sexual relationship that first visit, which mostly involved me f—king him,” accuser claims.
He says that the first three times having sex was consensual, but on the last meeting, it was attempted rape.
“He told me to come over, and I went to the apartment. And I thought we were going to kiss and tell each other we loved each other and I was going to go. But he wanted to have sex, and this time he wanted to f—k me, which had never happened to me before,” claimed the then 15-year-old accuser.
“I always have said, ‘He tried to rape me.’ I told him I didn’t want that, he went again to do it, I told him ‘no,’ he went again and pushed harder and grabbed me and pushed harder,” the accuser said. “I don’t know how I would see that as anything besides an attempted rape, which I was able to thwart.”
And even more sex assault allegation coming forward against Spacey, this time from people who work or did work on ‘House of Cards.’
Speaking to CNN on the condition of anonymity eight people described Spacey’s behavior as “predatory,” saying it included nonconsensual touching and crude comments and targeted production staffers who were typically young males.