Kevin Spacey is facing intense scrutiny from Nantucket residents as his legal problems continue to mount.
Since Spacey's January 7 arraignment for felony sex assault on charges he groped a local teenager’s genitals in 2016, the island of about 11,000 people off the coast of Cape Cod in Massachusetts has been rampant with rumors of other victims who are too frightened to come forward and face the media scrutiny.
“I heard there were a couple of other victims over the past couple of years,” said a waitress at one island restaurant. “Some of the victims don’t even live on the island but work here during the summer.”
Another area woman, who declined to give her name, alleged she knows a man who had a negative encounter with Spacey.
“I don’t think it went to the level of being a crime but my friend was really bothered by it because Spacey was a bit aggressive,” she told Radar.
However, according to Nantucket Police Lt. Angus MacVicar, law enforcement does not currently have any other complaints against the Oscar-winning actor.
Still, even Spacey’s 62-year-old brother, Randy Fowler, thinks the Usual Suspects star may have a lot more skeletons in his closet.
“I wouldn’t doubt that there are other victims in Nantucket,” he told Radar. “You got to understand the patterns of the pedophile and a sex predator.”
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