Kevin Spacey's lawyer attempted to completely discredit his accuser during a recent court hearing in Nantucket District Court.
As if we weren't already hugely creeped out by Spacey's recent Youtube video where he addressed the allegations as "House of Cards" character Frank Underwood, his team are now hellbent on humiliating his accuser.
Spacey is accused of sexually assaulting the then 18-year-old victim in a bar.
Here's what The Blast Is Reporting:
According to an audio recording of the hearing obtained by the Boston Globe, Alan Jackson, Spacey’s lawyer argued that his accuser — the son of local news anchor Heather Unruh — did not report the incident right away and was not interviewed by investigators until a year later.
Jackson pointed out that Unruh’s son told investigators that he was the one who approached Spacey, exchanged phone numbers with him, and lied about his age (he told Spacey he was 23, not 18).
Spacey’s lawyer also noted that Unruh’s son told investigators he consumed somewhere between eight and 10 drinks in a little over an hour and admitted he was so intoxicated, that he might have blacked out after Spacey allegedly groped him.
Spacey will be arraigned on a felony count of indecent assault and battery on Jan. 7.