7th Heaven Cast Member George Stults Claims Kevin Spacey Hit On Him

January 28, 2017 / Posted by:

There’s a phenomena in the entertainment industry called the Scientology Celebrity Centrethe glass closet” wherein everybody knows an entertainer is gay, but the entertainer in question doesn’t acknowledge it. Jodie Foster used to store her pantsuits in there. It’s also where John Travolta keeps his massage oils and fold-out table just in case the guy delivering room service is hot.

Kevin Spacey has long been a denizen of “the glass closet.” After all, his musical instrument of choice is Croatian go-go boy buttcheeks. He also tends to get “robbed” er- “conned” in London parks very, very early in the morning.

Actor George Stults, who played Lucy’s (Beverly Mitchell’s character) boyfriend on the excruciating show 7th Heaven, dragged Kevin out of his streak-free closet on Instagram this week. Accompanying a picture of Kevin posing near Sunset Strip bar Rock & Reilly’s autograph wall (as seen above), George reminisced about the time Kevin supposedly wanted them to reenact his American Beauty shower masturbation scene together.

Love to see the very first man to hit on me in Hollywood supporting @rockandreillys we intimately met while @geoffmstults were catering the premier for the fight club. #ididnotdropthesoap #hicuteboy @rae0890 ?

The alleged incident might not have been a positive one in George’s memory, seeing as he included a middle finger emoji. Let’s be honest, President Frank Underwood probably tried to hit on Brad Pitt, but the only pipe to go into his mouth has weed in it. George and his tray of canapés were probably Kev’s second choice. He might want to be more grateful and flattered. Fight Club was pretty much the only time Brad was ever hot. Kevin still chose George and his bacon-wrapped scallops over Brad. Angelina Jolie’s future biggest problem had sick gum cutters back then and everything!

It’s a relief when a Dlisted post mentioning 7th Heaven concerns something as wholesome as Kevin Spacey sexually harassing cater waiters, and not the previous nausea-inducing incident with which the show was associated.

Pic: @boraborageorge

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