Kevin Spacey's attorney questioned the man who accused the actor of sexual assault in a Nantucket bar about the whereabouts of the phone he allegedly used to text friends about the incident.
During a hearing on Monday morning, Spacey's attorney, Alan Jackson, first questioned the state police trooper who led the initial investigation into the sexual assault accusation. According to Caroline Connolly of NBC Boston, Gerald Donovan testified that he returned the phone to either the victim or the victim's father but was not sure which.
Donovan said he did not have a signature on the receipt for the return of the phone so he was unable to verify who received it.
Spacey's legal team wants to examine the phone to see if any evidence from that evening has been lost.