After denying all charges filed against him, Kevin Spacey, an American actor and producer, was granted unconditional bail in his sex assault allegation trial, which was held in a Magistrate court today at 10 a.m. local time in London.
Kevin’s lawyer, Patrick Gibbs QC, stated that Spacey rejects all of the charges, following which the Westminster Magistrates’ Court granted him unconditional bail.
“Mr. Spacey strenuously denies any and all criminality in this case.”
Despite the fact that the Crown Prosecution Service had given the London Police permission to charge the actor, he had to be physically present in order to be properly charged under English law.
Kevin Spacey faces two counts of sexual assault on a man in his 40s in March 2005, sexual assault on a man in his 30s and causing him to engage in penetrative sexual conduct without consent in August 2008, and sexual assault on a guy in Gloucestershire in April 2013 until the end of the trial.