Kevin Spacey Wears "Retired Since 2017" Hat Amid Sexual Assault Accusation

This is the second time the House of Cards actor has been recently spotted in public

By Elyse Dupre 31 Dec, 2018 2:04 PMTags
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Kevin Spacey has reemerged.

After staying out of the public eye following a series of sexual misconduct allegations against him, the disgraced actor was photographed in Baltimore.

The former House of Cards star was seen sporting a blue Under Armour coat and carrying a pizza box. According to a video obtained by TMZ, Spacey seemed to be delivering the pizza to a paparazzi photographer who had been following him.

Spacey also donned a hat with the words "retired since 2017" written across the front. 2017 was the year many of Spacey's accusers came forward. It was also the year Netflix cut ties with the Frank Underwood character, and Christopher Plummer replaced him in All the Money in the World

This was the second time he was spotted in public since the allegations. He was also spotted covering his face with a hat and scarf as he headed to his car on Friday. In addition, he made headlines after he reprised his House of Cards role in a bizarre video from his personal YouTube account.

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Anthony Rapp was one of the first people to publicly come forward with an accusation against Spacey in 2017. The Star Trek: Discovery actor accused Spacey of making a sexual advance toward him when Rapp was 14. While Spacey claimed he did not remember the alleged incident, he apologized to Rapp. He also came out as gay in his apology.

Since then, other accusations of inappropriate behavior have emerged against Spacey. Last week, it was revealed that Spacey is facing a felony charge for allegedly sexually assaulting the son of a former TV news anchor at a bar in Nantucket, Mass. The alleged act is said to have taken place in 2016, when the accuser was 18.

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Spacey is set to be arraigned on Jan. 7.