It’s been a tumultuous last 24 hours for Kevin Spacey, who was accused of having made ‘unwanted sexual advances’ towards then 14 year old actor Anthony Rapp.
Rapp had raised these allegations in a Buzzfeed article, accusing Spacey and describing the incident as one that left him puzzled and scarred.
Kevin Spacey took to twitter to talk about the incident, saying that he did not remember it one bit, but issued his sincere apologies to Anthony Rapp and labelled his advances as “deeply inappropriate drunken behaviour”.
Spacey also used this opportunity to tell his fans that he had been in multiple relationships with men and that he wanted to live as a ‘gay man’.
And in this ‘coming out’ spree, Netflix too came out with the announcement that the ‘House of Cards’ series would be coming to an end in 2018, and that they were deeply affected by the allegations made against Kevin Spacey.
“In response to last night’s revelations, executives from both of our companies arrived in Baltimore this afternoon to meet with our cast and crew to ensure that they continue to feel safe and supported. As previously scheduled, Kevin Spacey is not working on set at this time,” Netflix’s statement read.
Well, I know you have been looking for the tennis angle for some time now, and here it is.
After winning the 2010 World Tour finals against Rafa Nadal(in 3 gruelling sets), Federer was congratulated by Nadal’s family in the locker room. But there was one other prominent celebrity there who was ignored to the core by Roger Federer.
Kevin Spacey was in attendance, and while Federer embraced everyone very warmly, he turned a cold shoulder to Kevin Spacey.
Check out the video:
Now, we know why, don’t we?