The grandmother of the teen busboy who claims he was sexually assaulted by Kevin Spacey is "waiting for justice" as the actor faced the charges in court today, she told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview.
"We are waiting for justice. We'll let the courts decide, and we have abide by the decision no matter what," Diane E. Unruh, 76, told Radar, adding that she's "so proud" of her grandson, Spacey's alleged victim.
"Words don't even begin to measure it. I am so proud of that young man."
The retired artist told Radar she "wouldn't wish" the pain of a public trial on her beloved grandson, but "sometimes the worst way is the only way."
"Sometimes you just have to do what is painful," she added.
Unruh attended 59-year-old Spacey's arraignment in a Nantucket, Massachusetts, courtroom this Monday, January 7.
"My grandson isn't the only victim, and I hope for all of them that there is some form of justice," she fumed.
As Radar previously reported, dozens of men have come forward over the past year to accuse Spacey of sexual harassment and assault. Actor Anthony Rapp claimed he was just 14 years old when Spacey allegedly tried to have sex with him in 1986.
He was charged with felony indecent assault and battery for allegedly sticking his hands down the young busboy's pants and fondling him in a Nantucket bar when he was just 18 years old in 2016.
The alleged victim's mother, Boston TV anchor Heather Unruh, first made the shocking accusations in 2017.
For the latest on Spacey's arraignment, keep reading Radar.
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