Kevin Spacey’s alleged victim’s father will appear in court over claims he was given a missing phone that is wanted for examination in the felony sexual assault case, according to court documents exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com.
Spacey is charged with felony assault and battery after allegedly groping William Little, 18, in a Nantucket Club in 2016.
The actor’s attorneys requested a cell phone that was used by Little in 2016 be turned over, as they believe it contained “manipulated” evidence, according to court documents previously obtained by Radar.
William’s attorney previously told the court that the cell phone was not in his possession, his mother’s, nor his legal team’s. The court claimed that the phone was returned to his father, Nick Little, in December 2017.
Nick’s attorney filed documents with the court on June 21, 2019, stating that he would appear in court over the missing phone claims.
“Nick Little has intended and does intend to voluntarily appear at the July 8, 2019 hearing,” the documents obtained by Radar stated.
“This office is not aware of the existence of property receipts indicating the return of the cell phone which attorney Jackson may or may not be referring to in the aforementioned June 20, 2019 letter."
The court ordered that if the phone was not given to the court, Nick Little would “give testimony on the whereabouts and the condition of the subject phone.”
Previously, William Little’s attorney filed a letter to the court, saying he did not have the phone.
“Mr. Little has been working to comply with this latest Order,” court documents filed in the Nantucket District Court obtained by Radar stated. “However, the last Mr. Little remembers seeing the subject phone was before his mother in approximately December 2017 delivered that phone to the Commonwealth. That phone was not returned to Mr. Little.”
The court papers continued, “The last Ms. Unruh remembers seeing the phone was in approximately December 2017, when she delivered that phone to the Commonwealth. After learning that information from Mr. Little and Ms. Unruh, and as neither I, nor the Law Offices of Mitchell Garabedian, has ever had custody or ever possessed the subject phone, I contacted the Commonwealth which indicated police notes reflected Mr. Little's phone had been returned to Mr. Little's father.
“I then contacted Mr. Little's father who reports he has no memory of receiving his son's phone from the police. Even though Mr. Little and his family have no memory of seeing the subject phone after December 2017, when that phone was delivered to the Commonwealth, Mr. Little and his family have searched all the places where such a phone may have been stored. They have not found the phone.”
The parties are scheduled to appear in court on July 8.
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