If you took your Lord of The Rings DVD box-set and dramatically fed each disk to a blazing fire on account of Sir Ian McKellen’s bad hot take on Kevin Spacey and Bryan Singer, why’d you do that? The fumes will kill you! Also, Ian has apologized. Comments Ian made on the #QueerAF podcast last week surfaced, and they were ick-nasty. He posited that Kevin and Bryan’s predatory behavior was a result of their having been closeted. He said if they were open about “themselves and their desires, they wouldn’t have started abusing people” which is patently absurd. Thankfully, Ian has seen the light, which is hard to avoid when your publicist is pointing a flashlight directly into your peep-holes.
I guess running lines with Taylor Swift on the Cats set is getting to Ian McKellen because he gave an interview recently where he was asked about #MeToo and the likes of Kevin Spacey and Bryan Singer. Ian has already waded into the #MeToo soundbite waters juuuuust enough to make his publicist want to toss back a giant martini. Wellp, he did it again by blaming Kevin and Bryan’s horrible behavior on being closeted.
Unless you live in a cave that doesn’t have WiFi you know most of Hollywood’s biggest and brightest were in attendance for the Golden Globes last night. But not Kevin Spacey. Nah, Hollywood hates him (for now) and he’s got too many legal issues to deal with. And in an attempt to not swap out that lifestyle for one with daily meals of chi chis and trying not to get shanked in the shower, Kevin showed up in court today for his sexual harassment hearing. However, he didn’t say much.
Kevin Spacey is still trying to prove to us he isn’t scum by making some creepy, ill-advised rounds in the aftermath of his sexual harassment allegations. On Christmas Eve, Kevin became Santa’s least favorite Ho when he slipped into a festive apron to address the allegations in character as his House of Card character Frank Underwood on YouTube, and all that did was make me think of what Colonel Sanders would sound like if he was accused of molesting his chickens. In other words; No Kevin. So how does one follow up a significant failure such as that one? By delivering pizza the the paps! What he should’ve done is deliver a thank you pizza to Louis C.K. instead.
Oh, Snapchat, it’s not only used for you to send naked pics to your piece while the puppy filter half-disguises your face. It can also be used to get video proof of an Oscar-winning actor groping you without permission.
Kevin Spacey’s team of lawyers found out that 2019 is going to be very busy for them. Not only do they have to defend him in a sexual battery lawsuit brought on by a massage therapist (how very Travolta of him) and possibly prepares themselves for charges in London, but they’ve got a case in Nantucket to deal with. Kevin was charged with felony sexual assault after a man claimed that Kevin groped him at a restaurant in Nantucket in 2016 when he was 18. Police say the assault was recorded, but Kevin’s lawyers have fought back with some good old-fashioned vicim blaming.
Kevin Spacey Got Charged With Felony Sexual Assault, And He Responded To Allegations In Character As Frank Underwood
Just when I thought that the news on this Christmas Eve Day was going to be slower than my brain function after I shove an entire carrot cake and two bottles of wine into my mouth in honor of Jesus’ born day tomorrow, two big things happened: 1. Kevin Spacey was actually charged with felony sexual assault. 2. Kevin Spacey redefined WHAT. THE. FUCK. by shitting out a video of him seemingly taking on the numerous boy assault claims in character as Frank Underwood from House of Cards.