- American actor Kevin Spacey (59) is allowed for allegations of sexual assault, an alleged victim currently no longer near.
- This has been commissioned by a district court in Nantucket, Massachusetts.
- The hearing ended after six minutes. Another is scheduled in early March.
District Judge Thomas Barrett ruled in court that Kevin Spacey was not allowed to "make direct or indirect contact" with the plaintiff.
The actor Spacey ("House of Cards") is accused of an immoral attack and attack. He is said to have made an 18-year-old man full in July 2016 and then touched immoral. The incident occurred in a heavily occupied restaurant on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts.
The hearing ended in just six minutes. Another is scheduled for March 4. Spacey no longer needs to be present personally for this deal, but for questions the judge has ordered.
Since autumn 2017, charges of sexual abuse and harassment against Spacey have been raised publicly for more than 30 cases.
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