Slippery alleged slimeball, Kevin Spacey, recently beat a civil case in New York from Anthony Rapp, who sued Kevin for allegedly sexually assaulting him as a teenager. But Kevin’s still facing charges in the UK for alleged incidents from 2005, 2008, and 2013; all of which he’s pleaded not guilty to. And recently, British authorities hit Kevin with more sexual assault charges, bringing the grand total to twelve charges. And I guess at least some people believe he’ll beat those charges as well because he’s been cast in a new movie called Control about a rogue car that goes on a rampage. A movie about a self-driving car that kills people? So it’s about a Tesla?
Last month we watched Kevin Spacey Keyser Söze crip walk away from yet another trial unslapped by the long arm of justice after winning the civil sexual assault lawsuit leveled against him by Anthony Rapp in Manhattan. According to The Hollywood Reporter, jurors in that case “deliberated for a little more than an hour before deciding that Rapp hadn’t proven his allegations.” A mere New York Minute, if you will, compared to the time it will probably take a London jury to even finish hearing all the charges that are piling up against Kevin in his upcoming criminal trial in the UK.
Today in Terrible Roll Calls: Kevin Spacey, Harvey Weinstein, Paul Haggis, And Danny Masterson Will All Be Standing Trial This Fall
So many alleged and convicted sex offenders, so little time. In today’s post #MeToo world, it’s harder than ever to keep abreast (sorry, poor choice) of all the many (OK, a paltry four) men in Hollywood who are currently facing trial for sexual offenses. According to Deadline, veteran defendants Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein, and consequences newcomers, former Scientologist Paul Haggis and current Scientologist Danny Masterson will each have their day/s in court this fall.
A Judge Dismissed The Case From One Of Kevin Spacey’s Accusers, But Anthony Rapp’s Case Still Stands
Oscar-winning actor and prolific pervert Kevin Spacey is being sued for sexual misconduct in the ’80s by actor Anthony Rapp and an unnamed accuser, both of whom were 14 years old at the time of their alleged assaults. But yesterday U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan dismissed all claims by the anonymous plaintiff because the man, known only as “C.D.”, wasn’t willing to reveal his identity. C.D.’s lawyers said he didn’t want “sudden unwanted attention”, which would be “simply too much for him to bear.” Their argument didn’t sway the judge. Anthony Rapp’s case will still stand, and while C.D.’s lawyer, Peter Saghir, declined to comment, he has suggested that his client might appeal if his case was severed from Anthony’s. Sigh. Good luck, C.D. That Spacey is more slippery than a drunk fish dipped in Vaseline.
Oh yes, cancel culture is definitely a thing that exists. Because look, Kevin Spacey will work again. Even though Kevin Spacey has been hit with several sexual assault allegations and lawsuits, he was just cast in a movie. Those lawsuits include one from Anthony Rapp, who is suing Kevin Spacey for allegedly assaulting him at a party in the late-80s when Anthony was just 14 years old and Kevin was 26. And now after those allegations and more, Kevin has seemingly stepped back into acting by joining a movie about *checks notes* an accused pedophile. Welp… I mean… I guess, play what you know.
A Judge Ruled That A Kevin Spacey Accuser Must Reveal Their Identity In Order For Their Lawsuit To Move Forward
Looks like Kevin Spacey might be able to Keyser Söze shuffle away from yet another legal problem even though we’ve been on to him since the second act. According to The Huffington Post, the judge presiding over a civil lawsuit against him has ruled that the anonymous plaintiff who is suing Kevin for sexual assault, must reveal their identity in order for the case to move forward. This is the same lawsuit on which actor Anthony Rapp is a co-plaintiff. As with Anthony, the anonymous plaintiff, known only as “C.D.”, alleges that Kevin sexually assaulted him in the 1980s when he was just 14 years old.