Kevin Spacey to Seek Treatment

Famous actor Kevin Spacey is going to seek treatment after being accused of sexual misconduct towards several young actors. The star was initially accused by a single actor, but then more allegations emerged against him.

The fact that Kevin Spacey will seek treatment was confirmed by a representative of the star. However, the rep did not reveal anything else on this subject, so it is not clear what for the actor will seek this treatment. “Kevin Spacey is taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment,” a rep for Spacey said according to Variety. “No other information is available at this time,” the same rep went on to add.

The scandal involving Spacey first emerged after actor Anthony Rapp said that the star made a sexual advance towards him when he was only 14. Spacey was in his 20s back then. However, Rapp was not the only one accusing Spacey. After his confession, filmmaker Toney Montana said that back in 2003, Spacey “grabbed my whole package” at a bar in Los Angeles.

Another man whose identity was not revealed claimed in a talk with BBC that he was only 17 when he spent a weekend with Spacey at his home in New York. Allegedly, it all happened sometime in the mid-80s. The man said that Spacey tried to convince him to share a bed, but he refused and the actor “was sobbing.” The man said that the whole experience was traumatizing for him.

“In the morning, I woke up and [Spacey’s] head was on my stomach and his arms were wrapped around my torso, very affectionately, I would suppose,” he said. “He certainly wasn’t aggressive, but it was affectionate and certainly not something I was comfortable with as a heterosexual male,” he concluded.

A Mexican actor, Roberto Cavazos, said that sexual advances involving Spacey and young men were quite common when the star served as an artistic director at the Old Vic Theater in London. Spacey apologized when the allegations made by Rapp were first published, although he claimed he did not remember the incident. The actor has not responded to the other claims.

House of Cards Canceled after allegations against Kevin Spacey

Famous actor Kevin Spacey is in the middle of a huge scandal. The popular Hollywood star was accused of making sexual advances on a teen boy. After the allegations, Kevin Spacey apologized and confessed that he is gay. Following the scandal, Netflix decided to cancel famous television show House of Cards, in which Spacey is the main actor.

The producers of the show announced the decision to cancel House of Cards after the allegations emerged, but a source said according to ABC News that they actually made this decision several months ago. The producers made no other official comments for the moment.

The allegations against the famous actor were made by Anthony Rapp during an interview with BuzzFeed News. Rapp claimed that he attended a party in the actor’s apartment back in 1986 when it all happened. At that time Spacey was 26 and Rapp was only 14. The man said that Spacey picked him up, placed him on his bed and climbed on top of him. Rapp revealed that he managed to get away unharmed.

Kevin Spacey did not admit that the event happened, but he did issue an apology. He claimed that he doesn’t remember this story, but apologized if it really took place as Rapp claimed. “I’m beyond horrified to hear his story. I honestly do not remember the encounter, it would have been over 30 years ago. But if I did behave then as he describes, I owe him the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior,” Spacey shared in a Twitter message.

However, the famous actor went on to make a revelation. He said that because of this story he decided to address the rumors that have been on regarding his sexuality. The actor claimed that he has had relationships with both men and women, but he now decided to live his life as a gay man. “I my life I have had relationships with both men and women. I have loved and had romantic encounters with men throughout my life, and I choose now to live as a gay man,” Spacey wrote.