Disgraced Hollywood star Kevin Spacey keeps lucking out in court, as cases against him are dropped – sometimes because the accuser dies.
Perhaps best known for his role in the TV show House of Cards, award-winning actor Kevin Spacey was one of the many to fall as a result of the deluge of sexual assault allegations set off by the #MeToo movement. However, whereas the vast majority of these were women, Spacey’s accusers are (almost) all men, some of whom were under 18 at the time of the alleged misconduct.
The first of these was Anthony Rapp, who came out on October 29, 2017, with a story of how Spacey made physical sexual advances toward him when Rapp was only 14 years old. Spacey, in response, expressed horror at the accusation, and immediately pivoted to proclaiming that he was gay, in an apparent attempt to distract from the issue and gain sympathy.
This failed completely, with the LGBT community expressing outrage at the conflation of behaviors, and his apology becoming widely seen as a joke. Since then, as many as 15 men ranging from fellow actors to bartenders have come forward with their own stories, many worse than Rapp’s, describing Spacey’s attempts at physical sexual misconduct.
One of these, an unnamed “former child actor” who claimed to have had a sexual relationship with 24-year-old Spacey when he was just 14, alleged that it ended after Spacey tried to rape him, and stated that he believes Spacey to be a pedophile.
Since his disgrace, the actor has mostly stayed away from public view, aside from court appearances, and two bizarre videos. Conspiracy theories have begun to crop up as some have noticed that his accusers appear to be developing a habit of dying.
The first was 59-year-old Linda Culkin, a nursing assistant who claimed to have been told by a patient that Spacey had groped him. She became obsessed with stalking and harassing the actor, including sending bomb threats, which landed her in legal troubles. On February 25th, 2019, she was struck by a car in Massachusetts and died.
The next was an unnamed Los Angeles area massage therapist who sued Spacey as “John Doe,” alleging that the actor sexually assaulted him twice at sessions at his house. He died around early September of 2019, which was revealed when Spacey’s lawyers immediately filed a notice, resulting ultimately in the dismissal of the case “with prejudice,” meaning it cannot be re-filed.
The most recent was Ari Behn, and author and ex-husband of Norwegian princess Martha Lousie, who was reported to have committed suicide in late December 2019. Behn had accused Spacey of groping him two years prior.
In addition, a fourth case against Spacey was dismissed when the key witness, the son of former Boston TV Heather Unruh, stopped cooperating with the court. Unruh accused Spacey of groping her then-18-year-old son, who subsequently filed a lawsuit. However, he reportedly failed to cooperate with the court on evidence and attendance, leading to the district attorney dropping the charges.
The suspicions of foul play in at least some of these cases are certainly made stronger by two creepy videos Spacey has put out, each on Christmas Eve in 2018 and 2019, both seemingly done in the accent and manner of his House of Cards character, a power-hungry and scheming politician.
In the first, he cast doubt on the validity of the allegations coming out against him, and stated to the viewer that “I know what you want. You want me back.” In the second, only a few days before reports of Behn’s suidice, he talked about having made changes in his life, and stated that when “someone does something you don’t like… you can kill them with kindness.”
While no clear evidence linking all of these events has so far been brought forward, what has been unambiguously shown through the cases of Jussie Smollet and Jeffrey Epstein is that individuals like Spacey belong to a class which is not bound by the same rules or laws as ordinary people. With these evil people, where there’s smoke, there’s usually fire, and around Spacey it billows while he appears to be fanning flames.
‘Ghostbusters’ Director Blames Hillary Clinton’s Unpopularity for Failure of All-Female Franchise Reboot
Maybe your movie just stunk, dude.
Nearly four years later, the all-female reboot of ‘Ghostbusters’ is now remembered as one of the worst atrocities in the history of cinema, and director Paul Feig is blaming anti-Hillary Clinton backlash for its failure.
“I think some really brilliant author … needs to write a book about 2016 and how intertwined we were with Hillary [Clinton] and the anti-Hillary movement,” Feig said while appearing on SiriusXM radio last week.
“Everyone was at a boiling point. I don’t know if it was having an African American president for eight years that teed them up, they were just ready to explode,” he added.
Feig is desperate to make excuses for his movie’s failure, rather than take personal responsibility for creating one of the worst movies in film history.
“It’s crazy how people got nuts about women trying to be in power or be in positions they weren’t normally in,” Feig said. “It was an ugly, ugly year.”
The fake news media has been pushing the line that sexism doomed the movie since its historic failure at the box office during its summer 2016 release. However, ‘Ghostbusters’ creator Ivan Reitman believes that it was nostalgia that caused the backlash, not sexism. Viewers did not want to watch a ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot that was seemingly blasphemous to the original.
“I think there’s way too much talk about gender [when it comes to this film],” Reitman said during an interview with Mashable. “I think that many of the people who were complaining were actually lovers of the [original] movie, not haters of women.”
Feig refuses to admit that his creation was so horrendous and even hopes to release a grueling 3.5 hour directors’ cut of the flick despite the fact that nobody wants to see it.
— Paul Feig (@paulfeig) May 21, 2020
Because the movie was such a massive bomb, the cast has been scrapped and replaced with a new cast for the upcoming re-boot “Ghostbusters: Afterlife.” The initial trailer was released last year to rave reviews.
It can be seen here:
Actress Leslie Jones, who starred in the failed all-female reboot, whined about the new movie that is set for theaters in 2021 for completely sweeping her movie under the rug. Similar to her director, she blamed Trump because everyone hated her awful movie.
So insulting. Like fuck us. We dint count. It’s like something trump would do. (Trump voice)”Gonna redo ghostbusteeeeers, better with men, will be huge. Those women ain’t ghostbusteeeeers” ugh so annoying. Such a dick move. And I don’t give fuck I’m saying something!!
— Leslie Jones 🦋 (@Lesdoggg) January 19, 2019
Feig and Jones, in true liberal fashion, have refused to own up to their own failures. They will continue to create scapegoats instead of admitting the obvious about their horrendous movie that failed spectacularly in its feminist agenda of female empowerment.
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