More Kevin Spacey Accusers Tell Their Stories

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More Kevin Spacey Accusers Tell Their Stories


HOLLYWOOD — More men are coming forward to allege that Kevin Spacey behaved inappropriately toward them, and the actor’s publicist says the Oscar winner is seeking treatment.

Many of the accusations regarding Spacey involve behavior that would have taken place when he was artistic director of the Old Vic theater in London, a position he held for 11 years until 2015. According to reports from London, the theater turned a blind eye to allegations of sexual misconduct.On Sunday, “Star Trek: Discovery” actor Anthony Rapp accused Spacey of sexual misconduct years ago in his New York apartment, when Spacey was 26 and Rapp was 14.

In a statement provided to the New York Times on Wednesday, Spacey’s publicist said: “Kevin Spacey is taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment. No other information is available at this time.”

The Old Vic issued a statement saying that it was “deeply dismayed” by the allegations of sexual improprieties, adding that it had set up an email address for anyone who has worked there to make a confidential complaint about inappropriate behavior by Spacey, or anyone else.

Former employees of the Old Vic claim the theater knew about Spacey’s behavior at the time.

“We were all involved in keeping it quiet,” a former employee told The Guardian newspaper. “I witnessed him groping men many times in all sorts of different situations.”

On Sunday, Rapp told Buzzfeed News that Spacey invited him to a party at his apartment in 1986 and made unwanted sexual advances. …

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