Kevin Spacey has been in hiding for a year amid allegations of criminal assault, but RadarOnline.com has tracked him down!
The disgraced Oscar winner was last seen in November 2017 wearing a disguise while jogging at a $25,000-a-month rehab facility in Arizona.
Spacey ditched his planned 45-day treatment program after just 21 days — and seemed to vanish in hopes of ducking justice for over a dozen allegations against him in the U.S. and England.
"Kevin knows if he can't be found, he can't be served court papers and can't be investigated," said a source. "He's trying to stay one step ahead of the London police and the FBI by continually moving and leeching off rich friends as he travels around the world."
Hollywood sources revealed The Usual Suspects star, 58, left rehab on a private jet and then hopscotched across the globe — stopping in the South of France, the Cook Islands in the South Pacific, and was later spotted eating fish and chips in a London cafe.
Now, Radar has tracked the creep to a far less glamorous spot.
Spacey — who was dropped from the Netflix series House of Cards last fall after the twisted allegations about him emerged — is apparently holed up in a gated community in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
The area has been ravaged by the recent wildfires that destroyed thousands of homes and claimed more than 80 lives, while hundreds of people remain missing.
"But even the fires weren't enough to smoke him out of that place," a source said. "Kevin's so afraid to face up to his accusers, he refused to leave — even though there was an evacuation warning."
Legal eagles, bondsmen and multiple police departments are reportedly desperate to question Spacey and even slap him with court summons.
But sources said the actor seems to be playing the long game and plans to wait years before staging a comeback.
However, his brother, Randy — who has not spoken to Spacey in 15 years — believes he has a way to go before conquering his sex addiction.
Randy said: "Wherever he is, it will be somewhere where he can indulge his sexual preferences … I don't think Kevin is suffering."
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