This week's dramatic reading marked his first public appearance since MA prosecutors dropped a case in which he was accused of groping young a man in a bar.
"They used me for their entertainment, fed on shoddy stuff".
Kevin Spacey stunned museum-goers in Rome on Friday with a weird reading of Italian poet Gabriele Tinti's poem, The Boxer. The poet himself chose Spacey to read the work next to a bronze statue called 'Boxer At Rest'. I lit up the darkness, collected insults, compelled applause.
But now Kevin Spacey has broken cover, and in some style, to take part in a very pointed poetry reading about a wounded performer determined not to succumb to the blows he endures. The smile on the face of the 150 attendants brightened up the cloudy day in Rome. "But Kevin Spacey, as a great actor, performed a masterful reading, he gave the word to the statue".
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"What a brilliant performance of Kevin Spacey!".
Outside of his court appearances for the sexual assault of an 18-year old bus boy, this has been Spacey's first public appearance since a total of 15 accusations of sexual assault were levelled against him.
He faces six allegations of sexual assault in the United Kingdom between 1996 and 2013, and was voluntarily interviewed by London detectives in May, though was not arrested.
Tinti wrote "The Boxer" several years before sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood crystallized into the scandal that cost Spacey and others their reputations, the poet told The Daily Beast he penned the poem with Spacey in mind but never expected the actor would read it. In the same statement, he came out as a gay man, a decision sharply criticized for its seeming attempt to conflate his sexuality with a serious allegation of wrongdoing. "Wouldn't that be easy if it was all so simple?" he said.