Kevin Spacey: Met Police investigates three new allegations

U.S. National security adviser John Bolton said the process could be nearly completed'within a year

According to TMZ, police have reported that three more men have come forward with sexual allegations against the former House of Cards actor.

British authorities launched an initial investigation into the Oscar-winning actor in November 2017 after a man reported he was sexually assaulted in Lambeth in 2008.

The publication reports that the most recent accusations are alleged to have occurred in the London boroughs of Westminster in 1996 and Lambeth in 2008, with the Gloucester allegation taking place in 2013. There are also investigations into Spacey taking place in MA and California.

Spacey has been accused of sexual assault and harassment by numerous men, the first to come forward being the Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp, who said that Spacey made a sexual advance toward him when he was 14.

Actor Guy Pearce has hinted that his LA Confidential co-star Kevin Spacey misbehaved with him on the film's set, calling him a "handsy guy". In a statement, Spacey said he couldn't remember the encounter, but apologized for "what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior".

These include an allegation of sexual assault in West Hollywood in 1992, and multiple complaints against the actor while he was the Old Vic theatre's artistic director between 2004 and 2015.

Former Boston news anchor Heather Unruh also told the Daily News that Spacey is the subject of a criminal investigation in MA after he allegedly grabbed her teenage son's genitals at a Nantucket club in 2016.

"Yeah, yeah. Tough one to talk about at the moment", Pearce said on "Interview", an Australian talk show. In his exact words, Mr. Pearce explained, "he's a handsy guy", but an "amazing" and "incredible" actor.

After a long pause in which Denton seemed lost for words, Pearce added: "Thankfully I was 29 and not 14".

"This story has encouraged me to address other things about my life".

In the wake of the allegations he was sacked from political drama "House of Cards" and erased from Ridley Scott feature "All the Money in the World".



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