Kevin Spacey is finding himself in another hot cup of tea as Scotland Yard is now investigating a third accusation from a man claiming he was sexually assaulted by the former House of Cards actor.
Following the complaint of a new alleged victim on December 13th of last year, the British police unit is now looking into another supposed sexual assault that took place, this time in Westminster. Reportedly, officers from a Child Sex Abuse and Sexual Offences Command are digging into this startling accusation.
London police are currently investigating two other allegations made against the actor, with more possibly on the way. Dating back to his time as artistic director at The Old Vic from 2004 to 2015, 20 complaints have been received by the famed theatre against Spacey for questionable behavior on his part. Theatre staff has advised any alleged victims to contact the proper authorities so inquiries can be made.
As of this time, no charges have been filed against Spacey dating back to the original allegations made against him by Anthony Rapp. More damaging complaints have come to light against Spacey, however, as accusations of racism by crew on the set of House of Cards seem to further cement Brian Cranston’s sentiment that we most likely won’t be seeing Kevin Spacey on screens big or small anytime soon.