Actor Kevin Spacey did not plead guilty on Monday in a court in Nantucket, where he accused of having dropped an 18-year-old waiter in an island bar.
The declaration of innocence happens automatically in Massachusetts, the defendant doesn't have to say it.
Spacey, 59, was charged with indecent assault, not ordered to contact the victim, and was set on March 4 as the date of the next hearing. Spacey is not required to appear in court.
The case comes from an event that happened in July 2016, at Club Car, a restaurant and bar in Nantucket. According to the criminal complaint, an 18-year-old employee told Club Car Spacey that he was 23 years old and became friends with the actor, known for his roles in the movie "The Usual Suspects" and in the Netflix series "House of Cards".
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According to the complaint, the waitress told the police that Spacey had bought him more alcoholic drinks, bragged him about the size of his penis and tried to get him home later.
Later, when the two stopped near the barpianist, Spacey approached and began to rub the assistant's thigh, the complaint said. Spacey when unbuttoned prosecutors pants and rubbed his penis in and out of his pants for about three minutes, he told police.
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The waiter filmed a short part of the alleged contact on Snapchat and sent the video to her boyfriend, the complaint. In an interview with the police, the investigators showed the video to the waitress and confirmed his clothes and Spacey that night.
After several minutes, Spacey came up in the bathroom, and the young man, 18, left the bar and went home, according to the complaint.