Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey is seeking "treatment" following allegations of sexual misconduct that have forced a halt in production of his Netflix show House of Cards and a social media backlash.
The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has revoked an award it was going to give Kevin Spacey, a decision made after allegations that he made sexual advances on a teen boy.
The 58-year-old actor has been in the press since Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp came forward with a tale of how Spacey had attempted to seduce him when he was just 14 years old. Spacey at the Old Vic theater, saying that all it took was "a male under 30 to make Mr". Actresses including Ashley Judd and Gwyneth Paltrow have accused Weinstein of harassment, while former Charmed actress Rose McGowan is among those who have alleged the producer raped them. The theatre said in a statement that they were "deeply dismayed" by the allegations.
Cavazos wrote that Spacey's behavior was commonplace among young men.
The Guardian reports that Roberto Cavazos, an actor involved at the Old Vic, said he recalled a "couple of unpleasant encounters" with Spacey, including being "squeezed" by him in the Old Vic bar. Rapp said he realized that the other guests had left the party when Spacey appeared at the doorway and approached him.
"There are many of us who have a "Kevin Spacey story".
After the accuser turned 15, he said he called Spacey from a pay phone to inform him he had some free time before he had to meet his parents and friends for dinner.
On Wednesday, filmmaker Tony Montana accused Spacey of grabbing his genitals at a Los Angeles bar in 2003. "I paid for my drink and got away from him".
Spacey later offered to exchange his £5,000 ($6,600) Swiss watch with Beal's cheaper Casio, in what Beal now sees as an attempt to keep him quiet, he told The Sun.
US filmmaker Tony Montana said he suffered from PTSD for six months after Mr. "No other information is available at this time", his representative said in a statement to Variety.