Kevin Spacey Admits to ‘Being Too Handsy’ in Shocking Interview with Piers Morgan

Los Angeles, CA – Actor Kevin Spacey recently spoke out in an interview with Piers Morgan, reflecting on his past behavior and the consequences it has had on his career. Spacey admitted to being “too handsy” and acknowledged that his actions led to allegations of inappropriate behavior that ultimately halted his career in 2017. The 64-year-old actor revealed that his Baltimore home is being foreclosed and sold at auction due to his inability to pay the substantial legal bills he has incurred.

During the interview, which was aired on the Piers Morgan Uncensored YouTube channel, Spacey delved into his past behavior, particularly addressing the notion of “pushing the boundaries.” When asked to clarify what he meant by this, the two-time Oscar winner explained that he had been too physically forward, touching others in ways that were not consensual. Despite this, Spacey maintained that he believed he had been gentle with people, refusing to use the term “grope” to describe his actions.

Acknowledging the potential for his behavior to be considered criminal, Spacey emphasized the importance of consent, stating that individuals should clearly communicate if they are uncomfortable with his actions. The actor expressed willingness to take accountability for his past actions, deeming them as “bad, bad, bad behavior.” However, Spacey also mentioned that he believes “a whole lot of people” have made false claims against him.

The interview also featured allegations of inappropriate behavior from actors Ruari Cannon and Danny De Lillo, both of whom accused Spacey of misconduct in separate incidents. Spacey vehemently denied these accusations, labeling them as “ridiculous and completely offensive.” Following the broadcast of a documentary detailing these claims, a group of Hollywood stars, including Sharon Stone, Stephen Fry, and Liam Neeson, expressed support for Spacey’s potential return to acting.

Spacey’s career took a significant hit in 2017 when he was fired from the Netflix series “House of Cards” amid the emergence of misconduct allegations. His scenes in the film “All the Money in the World” were also reshot with Christopher Plummer replacing him. Despite his past successes, including winning Oscars for “American Beauty” and “The Usual Suspects,” Spacey’s legacy has been overshadowed by the controversy surrounding his behavior.

In response to the allegations of inappropriate conduct during his tenure as the artistic director at the Old Vic Theatre in London, a 2017 investigation found no concrete evidence or formal complaints against Spacey. Despite the challenges he faces, Spacey remains hopeful about his future and appears willing to confront the repercussions of his actions as he navigates a path forward in the entertainment industry.