Second accuser comes forward about underage sexual “relationship” with Kevin Spacey

By TheatreRat

Let’s be honest, in the pit of our stomachs, we knew this was coming.

A second accuser has come forward with allegations against award winning actor, Kevin Spacey; but this time it’s of an ongoing sexually relationship when he was 14yo and Spacey was 24.

According to an article published on,

“At the age of 14, he says, he began a sexual relationship with the actor, who was then 24, that ended with what he describes as an attempted rape.”

The accuser, who has been able to move passed the horrific period of his life, has chosen to remain anonymous; but courageously told reporter, E. Alex Jung

“He first met Spacey in 1981, when the actor was a guest teacher at a weekend acting class he took in Westchester County; he was then a 12-year-old student. Spacey was 22 and working in the New York theater scene. They met again by chance in line at Shakespeare in the Park in 1983, when the student was 14 years old; Spacey had made his Broadway debut in Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts the year prior. After that meeting, he says, Spacey gave him his phone number, and the two began a sexual relationship.

The former student came forward, he says, because he was enraged at Spacey’s response to Rapp’s story.”

Read the full article, account, and verification of the accuser’s story via HERE

TheOUTfront takes no joy in posting about this vile and disgust person.  But we continue to do so because sexual harassment/assault/abuse MUST STOP!

What’s more, sexual assault/rape is an under reported epidemic, and under prosecuted with an appallingly low conviction rate.  The only thing worse is the taboo of talking about man on man attacks, let alone man on boy.

Spacey tried to hide behind our LGBT Community earlier this week by coming out and trying to change the subject from his pedophilia.  All he did was re-enforce the false idea that GAYS are PEDOPHILES which  we have been fighting against; so FUCK HIM!

Finally, he used the theatre as a hunting ground for his victims.  The theatre is where LGBTs have found a home, acceptance, and had their stories told.  If there is a Hell, hopefully there is a special place in it where Kevin Spacey will be opening in “No Exit” very soon.

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