Kevin Spacey’s alleged sexual assault victim is in possession of ‘realtime receipt’ of the alleged assault
The young man accusing Kevin Spacey allegedly took Snapchat video the 59-year-old actor molesting him, meant for his disbelieving girlfriend
The victim, then 18, ‘recorded the actor touching him on the night of the incident and sent it to his girlfriend as evidence’
Police retrieved the footage and shown it to the young man, who confirmed it showed him and Spacey
New court docs give detailed account of the night he is reported to have assaulted the victim
Prior to the revelation of the existence of footage of the assault, Spacey had posted his own unusual video acting as his former ‘House of Cards’ character
As ‘Frank,’ Spacey appears to be addressing the accusations of sexual misconduct against him
The actor has not responded to this latest development, but he is scheduled to be arraigned on a felony sex assault charge on Nantucket Jan 7
He faces up to five years in jail, if convicted
Actor Kevin Spacey outside the bar where the alleged assault occurred in 2016. His accuser recorded part of the 2016 incident on Snapchat, according to court docs
Evidence in the sexual assault case against actor Kevin Spacey includes a Snapchat video of him touching the front of the alleged victim’s pants, according to a Massachusetts State Police investigation.
A young man who accused Kevin Spacey of sexually assaulting him as a teenager, at a seaside restaurant near Boston in 2016 filmed part of the incident, according to court filings.
Spacey is due to be formally charged on January 7 on the island of Nantucket with ‘indecent assault and battery on a person over 14 years of age.’
If found guilty, Spacey could face up to five years in jail.
The young man, identified as William Little and aged 18 at the time of the alleged assault in July 2016, told police he had sent messages, including a video, to his girlfriend via the Snapchat app from the ‘Club Car’ restaurant in Nantucket, where he was working as a bus boy for the summer, according to the court filing.