Judge denies Kevin Spacey's request to skip court appearance

01 January, 2019, 13:49 | Author: Valerie Santiago
  • Kevin Spacey participates in the speaker series in New York. Lawyers for Spacey are asking a judge to excuse the actor from a Jan. 7 2019 hearing in Nantucket Mass. The 59-year-old Oscar winner is charged with

The District Attorney in charge of the case has filed a motion with the court to prevent Spacey from waiving his appearance at the arraignment hearing on January 7 after the D.A. office had received a copy of this motion.

In addition to his plea intent, Spacey has also declared that he would like to have the plea submitted without having to attend the arraignment due to a fear that him appearing in-person would "amplify the negative publicity already generated in connection with the case".

A MA judge on Monday denied actor Kevin Spacey's request to skip his upcoming arraignment on a felony charge he faces for allegedly sexually assaulting an 18-year-old man at a Nantucket bar in 2016, court documents show.

He will plead not guilty.

The 59-year-old Oscar victor is charged with felony indecent assault and battery.

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The charges against Spacey stem from an alleged 2016 incident that took place in a Nantucket bar.

If you look closer at his hat, it says "retired since 2017" on it, which seems to be an attempt at a sly joke about his fall from grace after being accused of multiple accounts of sexual assault in the year 2017.

He could be seen telling the camera: 'You trusted me even though you knew you shouldn't.

Earlier this month, Spacey appeared to break his silence on the allegations, releasing a freakish YouTube video in the guise of his former House Of Cards alter-ego Frank Underwood - who was killed off amid the real-life claims. "I can promise you this: If I didn't pay the price for the things we both know I did, I'm certainly not going to pay the price for the things I didn't do".



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