Accused pedophile Kevin Spacey has allegedly coughed up hush money and pricey “gifts” to cover up multiple gay assaults — with the help of his hotshot Hollywood contacts. In one shocking case, highly placed sources told RadarOnline.com the two-time Academy Award winner silenced a hotel bellhop with a $75,000 payment — after the man threatened to press sexual assault charges against him!
The bellhop’s nightmare ordeal unfolded when Spacey checked into London’s Dorchester Hotel in July 2006, sources said. At the time, Spacey was the artistic director of the city’s prestigious Old Vic Theatre.
“They had all just arrived at the hotel, and Kevin was being checked into his room,” a source spilled to Radar. “There was a Spanish bellhop that he zeroed in on right away.”
Spacey personally approached the unsuspecting hotel worker to take his bags to his room and help unpack them, claimed the source.
“Once they were in the room and alone, Kevin pushed the bellhop onto the bed and tried to rip his clothes off, while he was kissing him!” The stunned attendant fought off the actor’s physical assault and bolted from the room, according to the source.
Terrified that word of the sleazy encounter would leak out, Spacey called his powerful contacts at Warner Bros. to spin the story!
“Kevin claimed that the guy had come on to him, and begged them to cover everything up!” tattled the source.
When the shaken bellhop informed his manager that he wanted to press charges, sources say Spacey bought his silence with a $75,000 check — and an ironclad nondisclosure agreement served up by his Warner Bros. handlers!
Rumors of alleged assaults have dogged the actor for years.
Some have speculated that Spacey’s Best Actor acceptance speech for American Beauty at the 2000 Academy Awards was even a veiled admission of his outrageous behavior.
“To my friends, for pointing out my worst qualities. I know you do it because you love me,” Spacey said. “This movie to me is all about how any single act from any single person put out of context is damnable.”
Meanwhile, charges of disgusting behavior have continued to pile up around Spacey since he “apologized” to Anthony on Oct. 29 — but added he couldn’t remember the “drunken” incident!
Spacey came under further fire when he used the moment to announce, “I choose now to live as a gay man,” infuriating the LGBT community.
His flimsy defense collapsed like a “House of Cards” when four more men came forward with similar assault allegations against the Emmy Award–nominated star!
Actor Roberto Cavazos claimed on Oct. 31 that Spacey similarly harassed him when he was a young performer at the Old Vic.
“There are many of us who have a ‘Kevin Spacey story,’” Roberto wrote on his Facebook page. “It seems that it only took a male under 30 to make Mr. Spacey feel free to touch us.”
Filmmaker Tony Montana said Spacey tried to seduce him at a bar in 2003. He alleged Spacey was “telling me to come with him, to leave the bar. He put his hand on my crotch forcefully and grabbed my whole package.”
London bartender Daniel Beal said he was just 19 when Spacey exposed himself to him in public, and then offered him a payout to keep quiet. “I thought he was joking, but he took off his watch and gave it to me,” Daniel told a British newspaper. “Looking back, I realize it was to keep me quiet.”
An unidentified man gave an interview to the British press on Nov. 1 describing a weekend he spent with Spacey as a teenager in the 1980s. He said he was traumatized when he woke up on the couch to find the star lying on top of him. “It seems he was grooming me. For me, I never let on that that’s what I was interested in. I never discussed it, nor did I want it … He was either very stupid or he was predatory — or maybe a little of both.”
Bizarrely, Spacey’s estranged older brother, Randall Fowler, 62, is writing a book in which he alleged he was repeatedly raped by their neo-Nazi father, Thomas Fowler.
Randall — a Rod Stewart impersonator who lives in Idaho — has claimed Kevin Spacey was never subjected to the same abuse, and did nothing to help him.
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