Shocking Revelations in ‘Spacey Unmasked’: New Allegations Rock Kevin Spacey’s World!

In the same month that the New York Times broke the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal in October 2017, sparking the #MeToo movement, actor Anthony Rapp came forward with accusations against Kevin Spacey. Rapp claimed that Spacey made a sexual advance towards him in 1986, when he was only 14. Spacey quickly took to social media to state he didn’t remember such an event, but apologized for any potential inappropriate actions he may have taken while drunk and expressed remorse for any emotional pain Rapp may have suffered as a result.

Since then, the Academy Award and Emmy recipient, known for his roles in “The Usual Suspects,” “American Beauty” and “House of Cards,” has faced a barrage of similar accusations from a number of men. Spacey was also forced to pay a $31 million judgment to the “House of Cards” production company MRC for breaching their sexual harassment policy. Although Spacey was not found liable in Rapp’s federal civil suit, and was acquitted of nine criminal charges related to sexual assault and indecent assault in a London court in July 2023, a civil suit from one of the plaintiffs in the London case appears to be moving forward.

A new two-part documentary, “Spacey Unmasked,” set to premiere on Max and Investigation Discovery after its debut on the U.K.’s Channel 4, delves into the allegations against Spacey. The documentary features interviews with ten men whose allegations were not part of the London lawsuit. These men, identified only by their first names (except for actor Travis Aaron Wade), recount their experiences with Spacey, often using similar descriptions of his behavior during the alleged assaults, such as “soulless,” “cold,” and “inhuman.”

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The allegations span five decades, from Spacey’s high school days to his time on “House of Cards.” All but one of the men are discussing their allegations publicly for the first time.

Each two-hour installment includes commentary from Spacey’s brother, Randy Fowler, entertainment journalist Adam Vary, Chloe Melas, who broke the CNN story about “House of Cards” cast and crew allegations against Spacey, and interviews with Spacey throughout his career. The streaming date for “Spacey Unmasked” on Max in the U.S. is yet to be confirmed.

At the close of the second episode, a statement appears: “Kevin Spacey stated that he was not given adequate time or detail to respond to the testimonies in this film. He said, ‘I have consistently denied — and have successfully defended — numerous allegations made both in the U.S. and the U.K., both criminal and civil, and have each time been able to present evidence undermining the allegations and have been believed by a jury of my peers.’” Spacey also defended himself on X, formerly Twitter, arguing that Channel 4 did not provide him ample time to respond to the allegations. He denied the allegations in a video interview with journalist Dan Wootton posted to YouTube, saying, “I can’t go through this again, allowing myself to be baselessly attacked without defending myself.”

Key Insights from the Documentary

Spacey Allegedly Masturbated During the Normandy Beach Scene in ‘Saving Private Ryan’

In 1998, a man named Scott was working in post-production at Lucasfilm when he met Spacey at the Viper Room in Hollywood. He claims that after being invited to a party at a house in the Hollywood Hills by Spacey, the actor made unwanted physical advances towards him. The next day, Scott alleges that Spacey invited him to watch “Saving Private Ryan” at a movie theater, where Spacey proceeded to masturbate during the film’s depiction of the Normandy Beach invasion.

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Men Feared Career Repercussions if They Rejected Spacey

Many of the accusers in the documentary spoke of their fear of professional consequences if they went public with their allegations, echoing the concerns of many women in Hollywood who have come forward as part of the #MeToo movement.

Spacey’s Alleged Inappropriate Sexual Behavior Dates Back to High School

One of Spacey’s high school classmates alleges that Spacey made sexually inappropriate advances towards him even then.

Spacey’s Father Was a Holocaust Denier Who Allegedly Abused and Raped His Brother

Randy Fowler, Spacey’s brother, alleges that their father was a Holocaust denier who physically abused him and held Nazi meetings at their home.

Women on the “House of Cards” Set Claim They Were Aware of Spacey’s Behavior

Evelyn, a production assistant on “House of Cards” from 2012 to 2015, claims that Spacey’s behavior made the set a hostile environment.

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