Kevin Spacey has refuted new allegations of inappropriate behaviour by men who will appear in a documentary.
Kevin Spacey has refuted new allegations of inappropriate behaviour by men who will appear in a documentary.

Kevin Spacey Denies New Allegations Ahead of Documentary Release

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The Oscar-winning actor, Kevin Spacey, has denied new allegations of inappropriate behavior from men set to appear in a forthcoming documentary.

Interview with Journalist: 

In an interview with journalist Dan Wootton titled “Kevin Spacey: Right Of Reply,” Spacey defended himself, stating he has never done anything illegal and has struggled to return to work after being acquitted last year.

Spacey was acquitted of sexual assault charges in a London court last July, marking his second legal victory after a previous lawsuit brought by actor Anthony Rapp.

The documentary, titled “Spacey Unmasked,” is scheduled to air on May 6 and 7 on Channel 4 in Britain and will feature testimony from men regarding events spanning from 1976 to 2013.

Spacey’s Response: 

Spacey took responsibility for his past behavior but refused to apologize to those he claims fabricated or exaggerated stories about him. He admitted to being a “flirt” with men in their 20s but denied using his position to exploit others.

Request for More Time: 

Spacey claimed he requested more time from Channel 4 to respond to the allegations in the documentary but was denied, describing the process as unfair.

Spacey expressed his struggle to return to work following the allegations, describing it as a “life sentence” and noting the adverse impact on his acting career, including losing his role in “House of Cards.”

Channel 4 has been contacted for comment regarding Spacey’s claims and the upcoming documentary.

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