This year, we’ve seen the #MeToo Movement go from a story to the story of the year. Over the course of the year, we’ve seen public figures like Russell Simmons and Anthony Anderson face serious allegations of sexual misconduct. In addition, we’ve seen major sports figures like Larry Nassar face serious jail times for unspeakable crimes against young women. Not to mention, the social movement hit Hollywood hard during the year. Men like Terry Crews spoke passionately about the impact the movement has had on men who have experienced sexual misconduct. On the other hand, men like Harvey Weinstein were brought to court for the dozens of crimes he’s been accused of. Among those men who have been accused of sexual misconduct is the actor, Kevin Spacey.
Let Me Be Frank https://t.co/OzVGsX6Xbz
— Kevin Spacey (@KevinSpacey) December 24, 2018
Earlier this year, Kevin Spacey faced multiple allegations of sexual misconduct. As a result, Spacey will be arraigned on January 7th at Nantucket District Court for an allegation dating back to July of 2016. While Spacey has remained relatively quiet, many of his projects have moved on without him. Most notably, Netflix’s House of Cards cut out the actor’s character and released the show’s final season without him. Today, we received the first public response from Kevin Spacey.
In a cryptic video titled, “Let Me Be Frank”, Spacey took a moment to reprise his role as Frank Underwood. In the video, Spacey seemingly criticizes the allegations aimed against him while in character. He opens the video by saying, “Conclusions can be so deceiving.” He then asks, “Miss me?” It’s unclear how this particular case will turn out for Spacey and the alleged victim, but it’s clear that Spacey is out to defend his name. Watch the full video above.