Kevin Spacey has arrived in a London court charged with sexually assaulting three men.
The actor, 62, arrived at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Thursday morning to face four counts of sexual assault and one count of causing a person to engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent.
He was accompanied by members of his legal team and two police officers.
The disgraced actor was mobbed by hordes of photographers as he stepped out of a silver Mercedes outside Westminster Magistrates’ Court.
He made no comment as he was rushed past a line of other court attendees and through the entrance before going through security.
The alleged offenses took place in London and Gloucestershire between 2005 and 2013.
The charges relate to three men, now between the ages of 30 and 40.
The fees are:
• Two counts of sexually assaulting a man, now in his 40s, in March 2005 in London
• Sexual assault on a man, now in his thirties, causing him to engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent, in August 2008 in London
• Sexual assault on a man, now in his thirties, in April 2013 in Gloucestershire
Spacey said he was “confident that I will prove my innocence”.
After prosecutors cleared the Metropolitan Police to charge him last month, he told Good Morning America: “Although I am disappointed with their decision to go ahead, I will be appearing in the UK voluntarily as soon as as possible and will defend myself against these charges, which I am sure will prove my innocence.”
Spacey is known for his starring roles in American Beauty, The Usual Suspects, and House Of Cards.
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