Another man has accused Kevin Spacey of sexual assault, bringing the total number of men to 15. Andy Holtzman said he was 27-years-old when he worked at a program director at the Public Theater in Manhattan in 1981 – his first major job.
Andy said that a 22-year-old Spacey came into his office one day and sat down at an empty desk. “Within minutes, wordlessly, he was up and all over me,” Andy explained. “The aggression was certainly more than a grope. When I was finally able to push him off and scream [at him], he theatrically stepped back, incredibly angry, grabbed his coat and bag, stormed out and slammed the door.” What struck him more than anything was the fact that Spacey didn’t say said anything throughout the assault.
Holtzman never spoke of the encounter publicly, but he shared it with his close friends. When Anthony Rapp came forward to accuse Spacey, he decided that he, too, would share his story.
- ONE MORE THING! So, will Spacey ever work again? Conventional wisdom says "no." After all, can anyone see someone like him or a Harvey Weinstein as anything than the monsters they're accused of being. In an interview with BBC News, Bryan Cranston echoes that sentiment. In case you missed it, the “Breaking Bad” star said, “He’s a phenomenal actor, but he’s not a very good person. His career now I think is over.”
Source: USA Today
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