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Kevin Spacey Addresses Sexual Assault Allegations as 'House of Cards' Character

By TheBlast Staff

Kevin Spacey just released a video seemingly addressing all of the sexual assault allegations against him, while tying them into his Frank Underwood character from "House of Cards."

Spacey released the video Christmas Eve morning, minutes after news broke the actor will be charged in Nantucket for allegedly sexually assaulting the son of a news anchor.

In the video, titled, "Let Me Be Frank," Spacey speaks in his trademark southern drawl, and says, "I can promise you this: if I didn't pay the price for the things we both know I did do, I'm certainly not going to pay the price for the things I didn't do."

Wearing an apron and seemingly appearing to prepare a Christmas dinner, Spacey quips, "Of course they're going to say I'm being disrespectful, not playing by the rules, like I ever played by anyone's rules before."

"I know what you want ... you want me back," Spacey says, promising, "We're not done no matter what anyone says."

He also references an "Impeachment without a trial," referencing his character in "House of Cards."

Spacey ends the video on a cliffhanger, "Conclusions can be so deceiving ... miss me?"

It's the first time Spacey has addressed the allegations since getting kicked off the Netflix series amid a flurry of accusations.

In November of 2017, Spacey went into treatment after several people accused the actor of sexual misconduct. Actor Anthony Rapp was the first person to come forward with accusations against Spacey.

After Rapp's story went public others shared similar stories including a group of people who were employed on the set of "House of Cards."

As a result of the allegations "House of Cards" and Netflix cut all ties with Spacey.

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