2 more men accuse Kevin Spacey of sexual misconduct

Two more men have come forward accusing Kevin Spacey of sexual misconduct, telling PEOPLE that Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp  alleging that Spacey made inappropriate sexual advances towards him when he was just 14 inspired them to go public, too.

A representative for the 58-year-old House of Cards star told PEOPLE  that Spacey is “is taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment.”

Kris Nixon, a 30-year-old bartender from Belfast, Northern Ireland, says he was working at the Lounge34 cocktail bar in the Waterloo district of London, where Spacey frequented while serving as artistic director of the Old Vic Theatre. (The bar has since closed.)

Nixon says he was invited to a party at Spacey’s apartment with a female friend in June 2007. There, he says, “Spacey plonked himself down in the seat next to me, stared at me for a few seconds in a really weird way, while I’m sitting thinking ‘Kevin Spacey is sitting on the sofa next to me. That’s weird. How has this happened?’”

Then he looked back towards my friend and said to me ‘Is that your girlfriend?’ I made the sort of universal hand signal for yes and no, and he reached over and grabbed my d— through my jeans and said ‘I can blow you better than her,’” he alleges. “He had only been there for three maybe four seconds. I was just stunned by the whole thing. I didn’t reply. I didn’t say s—. I just stood up, went over to her and said, ‘Look, we’ve got to go’, and we left. There were between a dozen to 20 other people there — a lot of people. You’d think that people working in that theatre would know what he did.”

 

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