Kevin Spacey made a rare return to public view in Baltimore this weekend, as he awaits his January 7 arraignment in Nantucket District Court.
Looks like Kevin Spacey is showing no sign of stopping the provocation of public disapproval.
Actor Kevin Spacey has asked a MA judge to skip his arraignment in a Nantucket court next week on sexual assault charges.
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An attorney for Spacey, Juliane Balliro, had argued that Spacey's presence at his arraignment would only "heighten prejudicial media interest in the case" and increase the risk of contaminating the jury pool.
Spacey said in court documents, filed on Monday, that will plead not guilty to indecent assault.
But Judge Thomas Barrett disagreed and denied the request on Monday. Spacey has scarcely been spotted since past year, when allegations against him began to emerge. That's when former Boston TV anchorwoman Heather Unruh said Spacey groped her teenage son in the bar area of a Nantucket restaurant.
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On the day he was charged, the actor released a freakish video on his social media accounts in which he revived his deceased House of Cards character, Frank Underwood, to deliver a pre-prepared monologue protesting his innocence.
It was unclear whether he was addressing the criminal charge.
Spacey seems to adopt his character from the show to criticize the series' final season while at the same time defend his real-life persona from the allegations against him.
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