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Spacey said he does not remember the alleged incident, claimed to have taken place when Rapp was 14 and Spacey was 26, 'but if I did behave then as he describes, I owe him the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behaviour'.
Josh Rivers, the newly-appointed editor of Gay Times, told the Press Association: 'It would make more sense for him to come out as an alcoholic than to conflate his sexuality with his alleged behaviour.''Kevin Spacey choosing this moment to declare his sexuality, as if it has anything to do with his alleged behaviour, is highly problematic.'He added: 'This conflation is precisely the type of manipulation to which our community has become acutely attuned, and we won't stand for it.'Society has come a long way, but we are still fighting for the rights and visibility of many in our community ...
The actress, who has been extremely vocal during the Harvey Weinstein fallout, took to Twitter to lay into the House of Cards actor. 'The assault is what matters.'Writer Broderick Greer said: 'Deeply, deeply unwise framing of this Kevin Spacey story, especially as it relates to the conflation of sexual orientation and sexual assault.'The editor of Gay Times magazine has criticised Kevin Spacey's 'highly problematic' decision to open up about his sexuality after he was accused of historical harassment.
The House Of Cards star and former artistic director of London's Old Vic announced that he is living 'as a gay man' after actor Anthony Rapp accused the 58-year-old of an incident in 1986.
On Monday, the Producers Guild of America announced Weinstein would be banned for life from the organization.
This follows a series of similar moves by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and BAFTA, who have sought to distance themselves from the disgraced film mogul."For general guidance, we take our members' privacy very seriously and our policies don't permit any disclosure of information regarding who is or is not a member, or information about an individual's activity with the organization," the spokesperson said.
Kevin Spacey and the Old Vic have been asked to comment.
Spacey, who was aged 26 at the time, allegedly invited Rapp to his apartment for a party in 1986.
Rapp said that he went to watch TV in Spacey's bedroom until after midnight because he became bored. That's why we've gotta say goodbye,' ending with the hashtag Rose Army.
Spacey is pictured above in 1986 in Heartburn'In doing so, you simultaneously undervalue the horrific nature of the allegation and set back the LGBT community. @rilaws said: 'For a famous person to deflect these accusations with a long-in-the-making coming out is so cruel to his supposed new community it stings.'@larrywilmore wrote: 'Kevin Spacey's comment was wrong on so many levels.'Rapp commented on Twitter: 'I came forward with my story, standing on the shoulders of the many courageous women and men who have been speaking out to shine a light and hopefully make a difference, as they have done for me.'Rose Mc Gowan has led a chorus of backlash against Kevin Spacey accusing him of coming out to excuse making a sexual pass at a 14-year-old Anthony Rapp. Jordan Thompson, an activist and New Hampshire native running for Moderator in Nashua's District 29 (Ward 2), said: 'Feels kinda gross that you're turning a story that should be about the victim (s)..a story about you? 'Another, identifying as Sherri, said: 'Is Kevin Spacey trying to change the focus from the sexual assault of a 14-year-old to his own sexuality?
I was a Kevin Spacey fan until he assaulted a loved one. Ms Unruh has declined to give any more details about the alleged incident only adding: 'My intent was to encourage a badly needed investigation and conversation' and used the hashtag #It's Not Ok.
Another friend of a victim, Nadine West, came forward on Monday to claim that a young man close to her was 'groped' by Spacey while working alongside the actor at the Old Vic in London.'Was apparently always known as one to avoid.