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Kevin Spacey Breaks Silence on Recent Accusations in Exclusive Interview

Friday, May 17, 2024 • Tamil Comments
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Kevin Spacey had his first live interview in years on NewsNation's Cuomo, addressing current claims. Spacey told Chris Cuomo he “wants to get back to work” and “learned” from his experiences. “I want to demonstrate my listening. I learned. “I got the memo,” Spacey said. “I feel very strongly that whatever mistakes I've made in my life were costly.”

Max streams “Spacey Unmasked,” a two-part documentary that aired in the U.K. Spacey is accused of groping another House of Cards actor on set. Spacey disputes the documentary's fresh charges.

Spacey told Cuomo MeToo “swung far in the direction of unfairness.” He said “honest journalism” would redeem him. “I must work hard to regain some trust. Yes, I listened. I want to proceed. I want to demonstrate my integrity. That's my fault.”

Spacey denied breaking the law. Spacey said on social media that he has “repeatedly requested” more than seven days to reply to Channel 4's allegations. Broadcaster rejected, claiming seven days as a “fair opportunity” to disprove the charges.

Liam Neeson, Sharon Stone, and Stephen Fry backed Spacey today. The Channel 4 docuseries “Spacey Unmasked,” which premiered on Max in the U.S., examines numerous men's allegations against Spacey from his early career to his role as President Frank Underwood on Netflix's House of Cards.

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