Kevin Spacey Pleads Not Guilty to Sexual Assault in UK Court

Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey pleaded not guilty at London’s Central Criminal Court on Thursday to charges of sexual assault against three men.

Spacey, 62, was formally charged in June this year with four counts of sexual assault against three men and a fifth charge of causing a person to engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent.

Spacey wore a blue suit and tie as he stood in the dock at London’s Central Criminal Court.

Spacey is facing charges of two counts of sexual assault against a man in London in 2005; a third count of sexual assault in London against a different man in 2008; and a final count against a man in Gloucestershire, western England, in 2013, and the fifth charge of non-consensual penetrative activity relating to the incident in 2013.

Justice Wall, the judge at London’s Central Criminal Court, set a trial for three to four weeks, starting from June 6, 2023, during the hearing on Thursday.


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