Kevin Spacey did not look worried when facing trial over his sexual assault case this Monday in Nantucket. The shamed actor wore a colorful floral shirt, polka dot tie and grey suit as he arrived in court with a sly smirk on his face. As he sat next to his attorney, Alan Jackson, the former House Of Cards star chuckled and seemed relaxed.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Spacey, 59, is accused of having groped William Little in 2016 in Nantucket when he was just 18. This Monday, the judge instructed him not to have any contact with his accuser and warned him that he could face jail time if found guilty of any crimes.
Moments before the trial, Little's grandmother, Diane E. Unruh, 76, spoke to Radar about the case. "We are waiting for justice. We'll let the courts decide, and we have abide by the decision no matter what," she said, claiming that she knew Little was not the actor's only victim.
While Spacey has denied claims that he assaulted Little, the young man is just one of many who have come forward to accuse the star of sexual misconduct.
Actor Anthony Rapp claimed he was just 14 years old when Spacey tried to have sex with him at a party in 1986. After Rapp made his story public, 12 other men came forward alleging Spacey sexually assaulted them. Five of them said they were underage when it happened.
The two-time Oscar winner has apologized for his incident with Rapp but denied he assaulted anyone. Regardless, not even his own brother believes his statements.
Ahead of his court appearance, Spacey's brother slammed him as a "sex pervert" who has "destroyed a lot of souls." The star's sibling said he first learned of Spacey's sick secrets in 2004, and has been waiting for justice to be served ever since. "He actually believes that because he's an actor society should give him a pass because you loved him as these diabolical characters in the movies, so you should love him as a real sex pervert. He's the worst of the worst," he said.
Spacey's next court appearance is scheduled for March 4. If convicted, he could face five years in prison.
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