Kevin Spacey, Late Accuser’s Estate Ask Court To Dismiss Sexual Assault Lawsuit

Kevin Spacey and the property of an nameless therapeutic massage therapist who accused him of sexual assault have filed court docket papers to dismiss the accuser’s lawsuit towards the actor.

The therapeutic massage therapist, recognized in court docket papers as John Doe, died on Sept. 6. The lawsuit was filed final 12 months, accusing Spacey of forcing to seize his genitals, pulled him in for a compelled kiss and refused to permit him to depart the Malibu therapeutic massage session.

In a submitting in federal court docket in Los Angeles, Sky Alves, the particular administrator for John Doe’s property, and Spacey agreed to the dismissal with prejudice, which implies that the case can’t be refiled. (Learn it right here).

No phrases got to the dismissal, however either side will bear their very own attorneys prices.

One other of Spacey’s accusers, Ari Behn, an writer and former husband of Norway’s Princess Martha Louise, died by suicide on Christmas Day, in accordance with his supervisor. He was 47.

In 2017, Behn accused Spacey of groping him whereas they had been attending a live performance for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. In an interview on radio station P4 as reported by the BBC, Behn stated “We had an ideal speak, he sat proper beside me. After 5 minutes, he stated, ‘Hey, let’s exit and have a cigarette.’ Then he places his hand below the desk and grabs me by the balls,” Behn informed P4. Spacey didn’t reply to the allegation.

Spacey posted a video on Christmas Eve during which he stated, in a voice of his Home of Playing cards character Frank Underwood, “As we stroll into 2020, I need to forged my vote for extra good on this world. Ah sure, I do know what you’re considering. Can he be critical? I’m useless critical. And it’s not that arduous, belief me. The subsequent time somebody does one thing you don’t like, you may go on the assault. However you may also maintain your fireplace and do the surprising. …”

He paused, then stated, “You may kill them with kindness.”


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