Kevin Spacey opens up about his wrongdoing

AFP

Kevin Spacey breaks down during an interview with journalist Piers Morgan and reveals he owes ‘many millions’ as he opens up about his behaviour that brought his life and career to a standstill.

Last year the actor was found not guilty of several sexual assault charges against him and he is involved in a civil trial over allegations that he sexually assaulted a man in 2008, which he denies.

During the interview Spacey admitted he pushed the boundaries and described himself as “being too handsy” in the past. 

The double Oscar winner opened up about his financial troubles, revealing his home in Baltimore, where he has lived since 2016, is being foreclosed and sold at auction because he cannot afford to pay the "many millions" he owes in legal fees. 

The House of Cards actor says he is ready to "take accountability" for some of his past actions but said that "a whole lot of people" have made false claims against him.
 

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