Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey's career has gone spiraling downward since multiple accusations of sexual misconduct have come to light.
First, “Star Trek: Discovery” actor Anthony Rapp accused Spacey of making sexual advances toward him when he was 14. After that, more stories about Spacey's inappropriate behavior and actions went public. “House of Cards” staff members accused him of a range of things, one of the most severe being shoving his hands down the pants of a production assistant on the show.
“House of Cards” severed ties with Spacey, who was then cut as a client from Creative Artists Agency, the firm that had represented him since 2009. Things just got worse for him from there.
Spacey was accused of sexual assault by Heather Unruh, a former news anchor. Unruh said that Spacey sexually assaulted her 18-year-old son.
Unruh said, in part:
“Kevin Spacey bought him drink, after drink, after drink and when my son was drunk, Spacey made his move and sexually assaulted him. And I want to make it clear, this was a criminal act. The room at the Club Car was very crowded, it was dimly lit, Spacey stuck his hand inside my son’s pants and grabbed his genitals.
This was completely unexpected. And my son’s efforts to shift his body to remove Spacey’s hand were only momentarily successful, the violation continued.”
And now, Unruh's story has some real legal weight behind it. During an interview with Megyn Kelly, she shared some details of the case she has against Spacey.
According to NBC Boston:
Spacey and her son had “talked for a long time, they sang together at the piano, and then out of nowhere, Kevin violated him. And not just once,” she said.
Although she would not go into details due to the ongoing investigation, Unruh said investigators have evidence and witnesses, adding she believes Spacey deserves jail time.
“I think he's run out of using his celebrity,” she said. “So I think we're not going to stop until he pleads guilty.”
Spacey has yet to respond to the latest news in regard to Unruh's son and is currently at a rehab facility in Arizona.