Two extra males have come ahead accusing Kevin Spacey of badual misconduct, telling PEOPLE that Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp alleging that Spacey made inappropriate badual advances in the direction of him when he was simply 14 impressed them to go public, too.
A consultant for the 58-year-old House of Cards star instructed PEOPLE that Spacey is “is taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment.”
Kris Nixon, a 30-year-old bartender from Belfast, Northern Ireland, says he was working on the Lounge34 badtail bar within the Waterloo district of London, the place Spacey frequented whereas serving as inventive director of the Old Vic Theatre. (The bar has since closed.)
Nixon says he was invited to a celebration at Spacey’s residence with a feminine pal in June 2007. There, he says, “Spacey plonked himself down in the seat next to me, stared at me for a few seconds in a really weird way, while I’m sitting thinking ‘Kevin Spacey is sitting on the sofa next to me. That’s weird. How has this happened?’”
“Then he looked back towards my friend and said to me ‘Is that your girlfriend?’ I made the sort of universal hand signal for yes and no, and he reached over and grabbed my d— through my jeans and said ‘I can blow you better than her,’” he alleges. “He had only been there for three maybe four seconds. I was just stunned by the whole thing. I didn’t reply. I didn’t say s—. I just stood up, went over to her and said, ‘Look, we’ve got to go’, and we left. There were between a dozen to 20 other people there — a lot of people. You’d think that people working in that theatre would know what he did.”
A spokesperson for the Old Vic beforehand stated in a press release that “no complaints were made against him.”
“I was completely bewildered. I didn’t walk away thinking, ‘I’ve just been badually badaulted.’ It was more a case of ‘That was an incredibly weird thing to happen’. Then, the more I thought about it, the more I came to realize ‘He just grabbed my d—-. That just really happened. What the hell do I do with this information?’” Nixon says.
As for why he didn’t report Spacey to the police, Nixon says, “It was my word against his, and who is going to believe me? I didn’t know if anyone else saw him. Plus, everyone else at the party was either a friend or colleague of his.”
A pair weeks later, Nixon says he was in Lounge34’s basement stockroom: “I heard some footsteps on the wooden stairs behind me. I glanced back and it was Spacey.”
“He reached forward and grabbed my belt waistband and my trousers. He mumbled something about, ‘Sorry about last week. I can make it up to you.’ I burst him off and charged past him. I went upstairs thinking, ‘This is my place of work. I can’t cause a huge scene. And this is Kevin Spacey. A lot of the bar’s business is based on VIP customers. So it just can’t happen.’”
Why go public now, in an interview with The Sun?
“I just brushed it off as some drunk guy did something inappropriate. It just happened to be Kevin Spacey. Whether he misinterpreted something, I don’t know,” Nixon tells PEOPLE. “Last week when I saw Anthony Rapp speak out, I thought, ‘No it’s not that. It’s a series of behavior. He’s a predator. It’s not just an incident.’ I believe he thinks that he could get away with things — or thought that he could get away with things — because of who he was. And you know what? He did.”
Former Marine Mark Ebenhoch skilled an identical revelation, deciding to inform Buzzfeed how Spacey’s badistant allegedly requested him “to engage in a badual act” with the actor on the set of the 1995 film Outbreak, on which he was a army adviser and had a small function. (A consultant for Warner Bros. had no remark for Buzzfeed.)
“Within minutes of Buzzfeed breaking the story on Rapp I thought, ‘Oh my God. I’m not the only one,’ ” Ebenhoch, 58, tells PEOPLE. “Then you have the cavalcade and entire rush of memories. I went right back to the moment of that incident and thought I’m not the only one. Oh my God. I’m vindicated. And I wasn’t the only one that sat there and said, ‘This is creepy.’ Or had all those feelings of violation, indignation. I’ve read a lot of the feedback from people saying, ‘Well why didn’t they come forward [when it happened]?’ And I want to scream. People need to be in somebody else’s shoes before you react to what people do years later on these kind of things.”
“This was one thing I carried round for 23 years. I went on with my life, and at that time in my life I used to be nonetheless closeted. I used to be nonetheless within the army. I might have misplaced my army profession, and it did harm my movie profession once I did the article with the New York Times three years later,” says Ebenhoch, who got here out as homobadual in a 1996 Times story.
He provides that the alleged incidents don’t have anything to do with the victims’ baduality.
“Gay, straight, male, female. It makes no difference,” he says. “This is about behavior and when people in power abuse that relationship or that stature they have to gain things from other people. It’s disgusting.”
As Nixon, the U.Okay. bartender, tells PEOPLE, “I owe Anthony Rapp a beer.”
After Rapp’s account was revealed in Buzzfeed, Spacey issued a press release saying he doesn’t keep in mind the alleged incident, apologizing for “for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior” and saying, “I choose now to live as a gay man.”
More than a dozen different males have now come ahead with their very own allegations of badual misconduct by Spacey, together with actor Roberto Cavazos, Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss’ son Harry and eight House of Cards staff.
(Spacey’s lawyer has but to answer any of the brand new accusations, however Netflix, the streaming service that airs the political drama, has since dumped the actor from the community.)