Kevin Spacey touched down in Italy and was immediately spotted living his best life amid sexual misconduct allegations that many thought would destroy his career.
The 61-year-old House of Cards actor is currently in Turin, making the eyebrow-raising decision to return to work in a low-budget Italian film about a wrongly-accused pedophile.
Spacey appeared not to have a care in the world as he strolled the cobblestone streets with his longtime manager Evan Lowenstein earlier this week.
The disgraced star was all smiles, drinking, and laughing with a group of friends while sitting at a round table and enjoying an afternoon lunch on Tuesday.
He even stopped to pose for pictures.
Keeping it casual, Spacey wore burnt orange cargo pants, a white shirt, and gray jacket for the outing.
He was also photographed with his own camera, making sure to capture memories to take home with him.
L'uomo che disegnò Dio -- which translates to The Man Who Drew God -- is Spacey's first film since being accused of multiple sexual misconduct allegations in 2017.
Star Trek actor Anthony Rapp accused Spacey of making a sexual advance on him in 1986. Rapp was just 14 years old at the time.
His accusations sparked others to come forward with their own claims of sexual misconduct and groping during his time on House of Cards.
The latest accusations made against Spacey come from a 20-something production assistant who was given the job of rushing the actor to the hospital.
According to a confidential arbitration, the incident went down in 2012 when Spacey was shooting a promo for the first season of House of Cards.
The actor was holding a burning flag when he reportedly scorched his hand and needed medical attention.
As The Hollywood Reporter put it, "Though Spacey was too wounded to work, he apparently wasn't too impaired to sexually harass."
According to the outlet, the actor allegedly groped the PA at some point after being tasked with taking Spacey to the hospital. The PA later complained to superiors, reports THR.
This report adds to the pile of other sexual misconduct allegations at the center of the private legal battle between Spacey and Media Rights Capital. The company sued him in 2019 for reportedly "tens of millions of dollars" in damages they claim they suffered as a result of the #MeToo revelations made about their star actor.