Kevin Spacey charged with felony sex assault, to be arraigned on January 7th

Hollywood actor, Kevin Spacey will be
arraigned on a charge of felony sexual assault
next month.
Michael O’Keefe, the Cape and Islands district
attorney in Massachusetts confirmed
yesterday that Spacey will appear on January
7 at Nantucket District Court.
‘On December 20, 2018 following a public
show cause hearing at Nantucket District
Court, Clerk Magistrate Brian Kearney issued a
criminal complaint of indecent assault and
battery against Kevin S. Fowler, also known
as Kevin Spacey,’ read a release from the
district attorney’s office.
‘The incident is alleged to have occurred on or
about July 7, 2016 at a local restaurant.’
The victim’s mother, Heather Unruh, said last
year that Spacey repeatedly stuck his hand
down the pants of her 18-year-old son. The
boy was eventually able to get away when a
woman walked over to him while the actor
was in the bathroom and said: ‘Run!’
At the time, Spacey was trying to convince
the boy to join him at a party said Unruh, who
now hopes to find the mystery woman who
she believes saved her son from a far worse
fate.
When the boy eventually got to his
grandmother’s home, he told his younger
sister what had happened and then called his
mother.
At the same time as the charge was
announced, Spacey released a bizarre video on
Monday suggesting that he was preparing to
make a comeback.

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