connectVideoKevin Spacey shares bizarre ‘House of Cards’, inspired by the video, as he faces felony sex assault charges
Kevin Spacey again post a bizarre Frank Underwood, ‘House of Cards’, inspired by the video that addresses his “fans”, while the authorities announced he faces a felony charges for alleged sexual abuse of the son of the former WCVB news anchor Heather Unruh.
Kevin Spacey’s attorneys filed documents Monday indicated that the actor will plead not guilty to sexual assault, as well as a declaration that he will not appear for his arrest in the case.
In documents obtained by TMZ, Spacey’s lawyers said that the appearance before the court would be “the strengthening of the negative publicity already generated in connection with the case.”
Spacey says in the statement that life is a long distance of Nantucket, Conn., will prevent him to appear at the hearing.
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The submission confirms previous reports that Spacey, 59, chosen to avoid appearing on the Jan. 7 arrest.
Whether Spacey will actually appear remains to be seen, as the state of Connecticut requires defendants to appear for court arraignments unless waived by the court.
VIDEO OF KEVIN SPACEY ALLEGEDLY SEXUALLY ASSAULTING A TEENAGER, OBTAINED BY THE POLICE, REPORT SAYS
The actor faces a count of indecent assault and battery in the alleged July 2016 robbery at a Nantucket restaurant.
The police and the court documents detailed the charges against the “House of Cards” star, who was accused of groping the then-18-year-old victim in a Nantucket bar in 2016.
The incident was reportedly caught in a Snapchat video, Spacey’s lawyers claim does not actually show a crime.
KEVIN SPACEY SHARES ‘HOUSE OF CARDS’-INSPIRED VIDEO AS AUTHORITIES ANNOUNCE HE FACES FELONY SEX ASSAULT CHARGES
The plaintiff, who worked as a bus boy in the restaurant, reported the attack to Nantucket Police on Oct. 31, 2016. The study on Nov. 22, 2017, after the victim spoke with the Massachusetts State Police.
KEVIN SPACEY IS TO PLEAD NOT GUILTY TO SEXUAL ASSAULT
If found guilty, Spacey, faces up to five years in prison and will have to register as a sex offender.
Last week, Spacey released a bizarre video in character as Frank Underwood after it was reported he could face felony charges for the alleged incident.