London’s Old Vic theater has concluded its investigation into former creative director Kevin Spacey’s sexual harassment allegations, and it found “20 personal testimonies.”
"This investigation concluded that there have been 20 personal allegations of incidents relating to The Old Vic ranging from 1995 to 2013, with the majority all but two falling before 2009," the theater said in a statement.
According to the institution, none of the victims who made the sexual misconduct allegations were underage.
The theater also said that all but one of the individuals decided not to come forward about their experiences with Spacey, 58, until now.
Old Vic claimed that the “cult of personality” is what likely made the victims feel that they could not “speak up or raise a hand for help."
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, various men accused Kevin Spacey of sexual assault and inappropriate behavior. When the firm victim, Anthony Rapp, 46, came forward with his claims, Spacey shared a bizarre apology in which he suggested that he may have made advances towards the then-teen because he’s gay and was probably drunk.
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After the news broke of his alleged sexual misconduct, Spacey was replaced from his big-screen film All The Money In The World. He is now in rehab for sex addiction.
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