BREAKING: Actor Kevin Spacey found not guilty of sexual assault

A jury found the actor not guilty on all nine counts.

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC
Kevin Spacey has been cleared of all sexual assault charges leveled against him in the United Kingdom. After extensive deliberation, on Wednesday a jury found the actor not guilty on all nine counts.

The former House of Cards star had been accused of sexual assault, indecent assault, and causing a person to engage in penetrative sexual activity by four men who he had contact with in the early 2000s.

According to Variety, while three of the four men accused Spacey of touching them inappropriately, the fourth claimed he had performed oral sex on him while he was unconscious, a crime that carries a potential life sentence in the UK. 

Spacey was able to provide phone records that contradicted the man's claims that the act was not consensual.

The actor has been embroiled in legal troubles as of late, however he has managed to defend himself against most accusations in court. Last year, he won a $40 million civil suit filed against him by fellow actor Anthony Rapp, who accused him of sexual battery in 1986. A jury in New York dismissed Rapp's claims.

Spacey infamously came out as a gay man when allegations of sexual impropriety first broke.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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