New Kevin Spacey Sexual Assault Case Being Reviewed by L.A. District Attorney's Office
This is the second case presented to California prosecutors against the two-time Oscar-winning actor.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office is reviewing a new sexual assault case against Kevin Spacey, authorities on Wednesday confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
The case was presented to the D.A.'s office on Tuesday, officials said.
This is the second case presented to the district attorney's office from law enforcement against the two-time Oscar-winning actor.
The initial case was presented April 5 to the district attorney's office by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. It is unclear which law enforcement agency filed the new case.
One of the biggest stars in the industry at one time, Spacey has all but disappeared from view after he was accused by a number of men of sexual assault and misconduct during the #MeToo movement.
The actor, fired from Netflix's House of Cards over the allegations, is under investigation both in the U.S. and in Europe over alleged forced sexual encounters.
The first person to come forward with an allegation was Star Trek: Discovery star Anthony Rapp, who claimed Spacey made sexual advances toward him in his New York apartment in 1986 when Rapp was 14 years old.
Spacey responded to that accusation with a highly controversial statement, but has remained silent over subsequent allegations and investigations.
His most recent film, Billionaire Boys Club, bombed over the weekend, grossing only $618 from 11 theaters.