Kevin Spacey’s Alleged Victim Ordered To Turn Over Phone In Sexual Assault Case
Kevin Spacey’s alleged victim was ordered to turn over another phone in his felony assault case, according to court documents exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com.
Spacey is charged with felony assault https://radaronline.com/exclusives/2019/05/kevin-spacey-sexual-assault-case-court-requests-surveillance-footage/ and battery after allegedly groping William Little, 18, in a Nantucket Club in 2016.
“The court orders the present holder of the phone used by William Little on July 7 and July 8, 2016 to produce that phone to the desk officer at the Massachusetts state police headquarters by June 21, 2019,” the documents filed in the Nantucket District Court on June 7, 2019 stated.
The alleged victim’s phone was “to be picked up by Defendant’s expert or his designee for a full forensic imaging or extraction of the phone’s contacts,” according to the court order obtained by RadarOnline.com.
The order was to be sent to William Little, his mother Heather Unruh and their attorney Mitchell Garabedian, as well as his law office, the documents stated.
Spacey claimed in previous court documents that Little “manipulated” text message evidence on a phone that the prosecution had in their possession.
The documents previously obtained by RadarOnline.com stated Little’s mother turned over a phone in November 2017 and: “A subsequent analysis of Mr. Little cell phone revealed that he deleted exculpatory text messages and sent screenshots of these manipulated text messages to Officer Kelly in support of his claims.”
Spacey pleaded not guilty to the felony charges in January. Stay with RadarOnline.com for updates to the story.