Kevin Spacey Claims He Was ‘Too Handy’ and Breaks Down in Tears as He Says His Baltimore Home is Foreclosed

Kevin Spacey admitted that he was “too handsy” in the past, and in a new tearful interview, he told Piers Morgan that he had “touched someone sexually in a way that I didn’t know at the time that they didn’t want.”

The 64-year-old actor spoke to Morgan about his controversial situation Uncensored program in which he continues his fight against exile from Hollywood.

The House of cards Star also broke down in tears when he revealed that his Baltimore home will be foreclosed and auctioned this week due to his massive debts.

“I have to go back to Baltimore and put all my stuff away,” Spacey said. “I’m not really sure where I’m going to live now.”

When asked by Morgan why the house was in foreclosure, Spacey replied, “Because I can’t pay the bills I owe.”

As for whether he’s facing bankruptcy, the actor revealed, “I thought a few times I was going to file, but we managed to avoid it, at least as of today.” When pressed about how much money he had left, Spacey first replied, “None,” before telling Morgan, “Well, you know something about legal bills. I still have a lot of legal debt.” He added that the amount he owes is: “significant. Many millions.”

Kevin Spacey in the series Piers Morgan Uncensored (Piers Morgan uncensored)

Spacey’s appearance on the series follows a Channel 4 documentary Spacey unmaskedin which new allegations appeared regarding American beauty star last month.

In a promotional video announcing the interview, Morgan called Spacey “one of Hollywood’s greatest villains, both on and off screen” and promised that the actor would address the sexual assault allegations against him.

Last year, Spacey was acquitted of a string of sex crimes that four men in Britain alleged took place between 2001 and 2013.

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Each of Spacey’s accusers testified at trial, describing him as a “disgusting sexual predator,” “slippery” and “horrible, vile and (and) disgusting.”

In response, the two-time Oscar winner called the allegations against him “insane” and a “stab in the back.” The jury acquitted Spacey of all charges.

Morgan claimed Spacey would also discuss other “scandals that have engulfed him,” including his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew.

News about Spacey’s appearance on the website Piers Morgan Uncensored was met with mixed reactions, with some fans calling him a “phenomenal actor” and others finding the booking an “interesting” choice.

Spacey was one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood when allegations of sexual misconduct were first made in 2017, prompting leading streaming giant Netflix to cut ties with the then-series star House of cards.

Actor Anthony Rapp was the first to accuse the Hollywood star of misconduct BuzzFeed News that Spacey tried to “seduce” him when he was just 14 years old. In 2022, a New York jury rejected Rapp’s claims of sexual abuse.

The latest Channel 4 documentary Spacey unmasked interviewed 10 men who were not involved in the 2023 criminal trial.

Spacey described the claims as “anonymous and non-specific,” and wrote off the show as “a one-sided ‘document’ by a dying network about me in their desperate attempt to gain ratings.”

He added: “Every time I was provided with time and an appropriate forum to defend myself, the allegations were not reviewed and I was acquitted.”

Sharon Stone, Stephen Fry and Liam Neeson subsequently spoke out about Spacey’s return to Hollywood, calling him a “genius” and “funny.”

Channel 4 stood by its documentary, broadcast over two evenings in early May, and said in a statement: “Spacey unmasked “is an important film examining the balance of power and inappropriate behavior in the workplace, with the goal of giving a voice to those who have not had a voice before.”