Kevin Spacey Hides ‘Under the Rainbow’ After Pedophile Allegations Come Out

Sunday evening an article was published by Buzzfeed where actor Anthony Rapp accused Kevin Spacey for making sexual advances toward him, back at the beginning of his career in theater when he was 14yrs-old.

The 58yr-old House of Cards star then issued a statement, via twitter, after the article came out saying he couldn’t remember the incident Rapp was referring to because it was over 30 years ago.

 

Rapp’s allegations were very detailed and said Spacey had invited him to a party, back in 1986 when both were hired for separate Broadway productions. The sexual assault occurred at the end of the party, where Rapp claimed Spacey ‘picked him up, placed him on his bed, and proceeded to lay on top of him,’ reports Breitbart.

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“I’m beyond horrified to hear his story,” Spacey wrote. “I honestly do not remember the encounter, it would have been over 30 years ago. But if I did behave then as he describes, I owe him the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior, and I am sorry for the feelings he describes having carried with him all these years.”

In the same statement, Spacey said he was bisexual, but now decides to “live as a gay man.”

Convenient timing…

Celebrities all across Hollywood are slamming Kevin Spacey for hiding ‘under the rainbow’ to deflect his pedophile allegations.

Actress Rose McGowan, who also spearheaded the Weinstein scandal, tweeted: “Dear fellow media: Keep focus on #AnthonyRapp BE THE VICTIM’S VOICE. Help us level the playing field.”

 

Here is what other celebrities have said about Spacey’s statement:

h/t Breitbart.

 

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