Kevin Spacey Exonerated of Charges After a Six-Year Legal Battle

Kevin Spacey, a two-time Oscar recipient, has been removed from the Hollywood blacklist after a six-year legal battle and cleared of all charges.

In 2017, Netflix fired Spacey following accusations made by fellow actor Anthony Rapp of sexual assault.

As a result, the film industry collectively blacklisted Spacey, leading to the recasting and reshooting of his character in the movie “All the Money in the World.”

After a month of courtroom proceedings, a jury in London declared Spacey not guilty on all charges.

During his tenure as the artistic director of London’s Old Vic theater, Spacey was accused of sexual assault by four individuals on seven different occasions. He was found not guilty on all seven charges.

In a separate trial, a New York jury last year also found Spacey not guilty of a $40 million lawsuit brought by Anthony Rapp, alleging sexual misconduct that occurred in 1986.

The jury determined that there was no evidence of physical contact between Spacey and Rapp’s private areas, resulting in the inability to hold Spacey accountable under the Child Victims Act.

Another sexual assault allegation against Spacey in Massachusetts was withdrawn in 2019 due to compromised evidence, leading to the collapse of the case.

For six years, Kevin Spacey has faced public scrutiny and false accusations. However, he has been vindicated after enduring a lengthy legal process and loss of income.

The rush to judgment and the resurgence of McCarthyism in Hollywood have caused irreparable damage to Spacey’s reputation and career.

Spacey has missed out on six years of earnings, opportunities, and the chance to pursue his acting career due to baseless allegations made in the midst of a Hollywood witch hunt.

This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.

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