Kevin Spacey’s first alleged victim reacted on his online comeback

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 19: Actor Anthony Rapp attends Trevor NextGen's Fall Fete For The Trevor Project at The Angel Orensanz Foundation on November 19, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Lawrie/Getty Images)

Star Trek star Anthony Rapp, the first man to accuse Kevin Spacey of sexual assault, reacted on the actor’s attempt to come back to Twitter with a video where he tried to defend his behavior speaking on behalf of his House Of Cards character Frank Underwood. Rapp said that he spent a Christmas vocation with boyfriend in Thailand when the video dropped, so he did not even know that the video was out. And even if he knew about it, he would not watch it, Rapp ensured, adding that he is not going to fill this gap now as well. Noting the slew of notifications he had received, primarily from strangers sending him well-wishes, Rapp added: “It’s a lot. But it’s an honor!” The actor also responded to a message from actress Patricia Arquette, who wrote: “More I’m sure none of the men who were kids at the time of their sexual assaults appreciate @KevinSpacey ‘s weird video. No. Just No.” Rapp claims to have survived an assault from Spacey when he was just 14.


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