Top Actor Admits To Epstein Link

( – A recent interview with embattled actor Kevin Spacey resulted in the famous House of Cards and Usual Suspects star breaking down into tears over financial ruin brought on by his multi-million dollar mountain of legal debt. Spacey has been sued and criminally charged repeatedly in both the U.S. and U.K over sexual assault allegations.

Spacey was originally accused by actor Anthony Rapp in 2017 who claimed Spacey sexually assaulted him when Rapp was 14 and Spacey was 26 at a party in 1986. Spacey was acquitted by a jury.

In 2018, a masseuse accused Spacey of forcing him to touch his genitals during a massage at his Malibu home in 2016. The unnamed accused died before the case could proceed to trial.

Spacey was acquitted in 2019 after an unnamed 18-year-old male accuser claimed Spacey bought him drinks and grabbed his genitals at a bar. The case evaporated after the accuser invoked his Fifth Amendment rights after prosecutors sought exculpatory evidence on his phone.

In 2022, Spacey was slapped with four counts of sexual assault and penetration without consent in the U.K. Additional charges were added before trial and Spacey was acquitted of all charges in July 2023.

Spacey broke into tears discussing his financial ruin during an interview with U.K. media. He described his Baltimore home being auctioned off as he can’t afford it, saying he wasn’t sure where he’s going to be living.

He also said that while he’s spent time around infamous sex traffickers Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislane Maxwell, he did not know them personally. He admitted to flying on Epstein’s infamously nicknamed “Lolita Express” but said he was with “Clinton Foundation people” and was totally unaware of Epstein’s proclivities.

Commentators reviewing the footage seemed skeptical of Spacey claims and explanations. Spacey claimed he had no relationship with either Maxwell or Epstein, hadn’t spent time with them, nor had any idea who they were.

Despite the acquittals the damage seems to have been done, as some have argued there’s no statute of limitations in the court of public opinion.

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