Didn’t know he was black either. Never saw a family photo.
I guess I live under a rock when it comes to this type of stuff.
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That's a GOOD thing. Too many ppl are just livin' in the Matrix.
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And Roman Polanski as well. He basically raped an underage girl decades ago, fled to a country in Europe where there is no extradition treaty, but continued directing movies. If he ever steps foot in the US, he will automatically get arrested. He recently won an Academy award a few years ago to standing ovation (from what I remember) and you even have some actors defending him.
Nov 1st, 2017 12:14 pm
US filmmaker Tony Montana claims he was groped by the actor in a Los Angeles bar in 2003.
Montana says he was left with PTSD for six months after he claims Spacey "forcefully" grabbed his crotch. He says he removed Spacey's hand from his crotch and walked away, but claims the actor later followed him into the men's toilets.
Mexican actor Roberto Cavazos, who acted in several plays at the theatre, claims Spacey "routinely preyed" on young male actors.
Separately, a British man claims Kevin Spacey exposed himself to him in 2010, when he was working at a hotel in West Sussex.
Speaking to the Sun, Daniel Beal alleges the Usual Suspects star flashed his private parts, saying: "It's big, isn't it?" and tried to get the then 19-year-old to touch him. Beal says Spacey gave him his £5,000 watch later that same evening, and a few weeks later called him asking to meet up. He told the Sun: "In hindsight, that must have been grooming. He was just like his character in House Of Cards - seedy and a bit weird."
Speaking to the Victoria Derbyshire programme, the man (who they've called John), says despite sleeping on the star's sofa he woke up fully clothed with Spacey lying on him, in his underwear.
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Funny you mentioned that, I wonder if anyone is brave enough to challenge Mr Yeung despite the massive momentum of victims coming out. HK is not the same as Hollywood as his grip is like a supreme dictator and it's less PC over there.badOne wrote: ↑Nov 2nd, 2017 11:50 amThe system is far superior at the Emperor (entertainment) group in Hong Kong. Starlets wannabes have to sleep with the Chairman of the group to get a role, then get pimped out to the leading stars at will. This way everyone gets what they want, voluntarily and there is no trouble
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