The man accusing Kevin Spacey of sexually assaulting him in Nantucket in 2016 apparently detained at least a portion of the alleged incident on video, state police said Massachusetts on Wednesday. According to the police, the victim said "his girlfriend did not believe him", so he "snapped" the video of Spacey, who allegedly touched him.
The district prosecutor of Cape and Island filed on Mondayfor the July 2016 incident. Spacey is indicted on January 7 at the Nantucket District Court.
The police documents released Wednesday include statements by the prosecutor, his girlfriend, a roommate, the bartender of the Nantucket on the night of the alleged incident, and more. The alleged victim accuses Spacey of giving him drinks, and then Spacey reportedly continued "touching through the top of pants [his]."
The alleged victim's girlfriend told the police that she would not believe him when he texted her that Spacey was beating him. She told the police that she had received a Snapchat video in which "Spacey touched the front of the trousers [his] at the crotch."
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Former Boston Newsreaderin November 2017, claiming that Spacey had sexually assaulted her son in a restaurant in Nantucket. The police report shows the alleged attack was reported on October 31, 2016, long before the first allegations of sexual misconduct against Spacey became public.
Just before news broke on Monday's charges, Spacey posted a video of himself on Twitter, apparently in the character of the House of Cards. His character, Frank Underwood, was killed after
"You would not rush to court without facts, would you?" Spacey said in comments that he could be interpreted as being applicable to his television character or to himself. "Anyway, all of this hastened to a judgment on such an unsatisfactory end. To think that it could have been such a memorable farewell."