Billionaire Boys Club: Kevin Spacey’s First Film After Numerous Sexual Assault Allegations
Several months after the multiple accusations of sexual assault and misconduct that looked to have finished his career for good, Kevin Spacey will appear in a new movie. After he was deleted entirely from “All The Money In The World”, with his leading role re-shot with Christopher Plummer, Spacey will make his big-screen comeback in “Billionaire Boys Club”, playing Ron Levin, a real-life con artist who perpetrated a get-rich-quick scam on the families of wealthy Harvard schoolboys in the early 1980s. Billionaire Boys Club, which was shot before the allegations against Spacey surfaced, opens next month.
The Bllionaire Boys Club completed filming in 2016, multiple months prior to Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp accused Spacey of making sexual advances towards him when he was only 14-years-old. At the time of the alleged incident, Spacey was 26-years-old. Following Rapp’s tesitomy, over 30 men have come forward with their own stories detailing Spacey’s acts of sexual assault — ranging from harassment to attempted rape.
Following reports, the two-time Oscar winner was dropped by his agent and publicist, and Netflix fired him from the season finale of House of Cards.
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