Spacey avoids prosecution in assault claims

Spacey avoids prosecution in assault claims

Spacey avoids prosecution in assault claims

Representatives for Spacey and Seagal did not immediately return emails seeking comment.

Anderson had been accused of assault by a woman who catered an event he organized, according to reports.

The case remains under review, prosecutors said.

She told TheWrap that she was 18 at the time of the alleged rape, which she claimed happened after Seagal invited her to a wrap party for the movie at his Beverly Hills home in 1993. Anderson has always strongly denied the claims since it became known earlier this summer that LAPD were looking into the matter. Seagal could not be reached for comment.

Actor Steven Seagal has had years of accusations levelled at him.

The District Attorney's office also said it would not charge actor Steven Seagal and television comedy star Anthony Anderson over two other sexual assault accusations. "Anthony unequivocally disputes the claim".

Anderson's accusation, on the other hand, dates from as recent as early 2018, but given that "the reporting party declined to be interviewed by the investigating officer", it can not be proven in court. The district attorney's office added that the case did not involve an underage victim.

The L.A. officials said the statute of limitations has passed for the case they were pursuing against Spacey, which occurred in 1992.

Spacey was artistic director at London's The Old Vic theatre between 2004 and 2015. A sexual battery allegation from 2016 in Malibu is still under review by the district attorney. In a statement, Spacey said he did not recall the incident.

This isn't the first time Anthony has had such cases pinned against him.

A number of allegations of sexual misconduct have been made against the Oscar-winning actor since last November, when he was accused by actor Anthony Rapp of making a sexual advance in 1986.

United Kingdom police are also looking into several accusations against the actor.

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