“He Has Made Up His Entire Story From Beginning To End”- Actor, Kevin Spacey Hits Back At Man Who Accused Him Of Grabbing His P3n!s “Like A Cobra”

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Kevin Spacey, an Oscar-winning actor, responded to the man who claimed that he grabbed his crotch “like a cobra” by claiming that he “made up his entire story from beginning to end” and calling the prosecution’s case “weak.”

On Friday, July 14, Spacey testified for the second day of his defense and alleged that the accuser made up allegations against him in order to get “money, money, and then money.”

After meeting him at a West End theater in the middle of the 2000s, the actor is accused of grabbing the other man’s crotch “like a cobra” after an alleged “barrage of vile comments.”

Spacey said: “I do not accept a single word that comes out of his mouth.”

Asked why the complainant would be lying, Spacey said: “Money, money and then money,” adding: “And I also believe he has for whatever reason, anger towards me.”

“I mean, maybe I wasn’t as lovely to him as he would have hoped if we met on that day and maybe he was upset about other things with respect to my sexuality,” added Spacey.

When Spacey was questioned, Christina Agnew KC, the prosecutor’s attorney, first inquired as to whether the “crotch grab” was something he would “normally do to someone you had met for the first time.”

Spacey replied: “No.”

When questioned on whether it was something he had done before that had worked, and that he considered it a “trademark,” Spacey replied: “No.

“Let me put it this way, it is the term ‘grabbing a crotch’ or ‘groping a crotch’ that I object to,” he added.

When Agnew asked Spacey whether he considered a crotch grab to be an “appropriate” first move, the actor replied: “That’s generally not a first move.”

At Southwark Crown Court this morning, Spacey admitted to the jury that he is a “affectionate person” and agreed that after making a “first move,” he might give someone a hug.

When asked what “moves” might be suitable, the famous actor responded as follows:“Every encounter that we have as humans, that I have had, is unique. The circumstance is unique, the person is unique, and how we have interacted is unique.

“I can’t give you a sort of rundown of what always happens, it’s always different.”

Spacey said he “definitely misread” signs from one complainant who allegedly refused a sexual grab at a posh villa he was staying at in the Cotswolds in the early 2010s in response to the idea that he may have “ignored” signs from the four complainants.

The actor continued by claiming that he had “consensual interactions” with two more complainants, one of whom drove him to a lavish entertainment party in the early 2000s and another who was an aspiring actor and claimed that Spacey had “drugged” him before he awoke to discover the defendant performing a sex act on him.

Spacey added, in response to the prosecution’s claims that the “truth” is that he “sexually assaulted” the second complainant male, “I have denied that.”

He referred to the accusations as “completely wrong and upsetting” and denied making any attempts to stop the complainant from disclosing what they reportedly discussed.

The actor made reference to the complainant who said that after meeting him at a West End theater in the mid-2000s, Spacey grasped his crotch “like a cobra” and said:

“He has made up his entire story from beginning to end.”

“Have you found that due to your status and position, people normally did what you wanted them to do?,” Agnew then asked Spacey, which he denied.

Agnew went on: “You didn’t find it easier to pick up people because of who you are?”

Spacey answered: “I found it harder to trust people because of who I was.”

After the prosecutor asked the same question again, the actor responded: “I am sure if I wanted to I could have had sex all the time, but I didn’t.”

The actor claimed to be “attracted to masculine men,” but when questioned about his feelings for straight men, Spacey responded: “I’m not attracted to straight men.”

“How would I know if they were straight or not?

“I can certainly tell you that there have been men in my life who said they were straight who I ended up having a sexual experience with. I don’t know if someone is gay or straight by looking at them.”

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