Another victim has come forward and accused Kevin Spacey of sexual assault.
Kris Nixon, an Irish bartender, said Spacey approached him at a party in London in June 2007.
Nixon, now 30, worked at the Lounge34 cocktail bar in Waterloo where Spacey frequently went to while he worked as the artistic director of the Old Vic Theatre.
At the party, Nixon told People, Spacey “plonked himself down in the seat next to me.”
“(He) stared at me for a few seconds in a really weird way, while I’m sitting thinking ‘Kevin Spacey is sitting on the sofa next to me. That’s weird. How has this happened?’” Nixon said.
The actor then allegedly asked if Nixon’s friend was his girlfriend.
“I made the sort of universal hand signal for yes and no, and he reached over and grabbed my d — k through my jeans and said ‘I can blow you better than her,’” he told People.
“He had only been there for three maybe four seconds. I was just stunned by the whole thing. I didn’t reply. I didn’t say s — t. I just stood up, went over to her and said, ‘Look, we’ve got to go’, and we left. There were between a dozen to 20 other people there — a lot of people. You’d think that people working in that theatre would know what he did.”
Nixon said he didn’t report Spacey because it was “my word against his.”
Several weeks later, Spacey allegedly approached Nixon at Lounge34 and offered to “make it up to you,” but Nixon left the area.
The bartender said Anthony Rapp gave him the courage to come forward.
Last week, the “Star Trek: Discovery” star accused Spacey of trying to seduce him when he was just 14 years old; Spacey was 26 at the time.
Spacey said he didn’t remember the encounter but apologized for “what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior.”
Since then, almost a dozen more men have come forward with similar accusations.
Eight Netflix employees also accused Spacey of creating a “toxic” work environment on the set of “House of Cards.”
The employees told CNN that the actor targeted young, male staffers with “predatory” behavior including “nonconsensual touching and crude comments.”
Sources told BuzzFeed that such actions were not uncommon on set of the Netflix show.
“He would be on set and he would make tons of jokes at young boys’ expense about them in flirtatious ways,” a higher-level source who previously worked on “House of Cards” told the website.
“If it was wanted attention, it would still be inappropriate, because you’re making flirtatious comments in front of a group of 150 people; ‘Come sit on my lap, you know you want to’ — not to a gay man, but to a young, pretty-looking guy. That happened all the time.”
Netflix has since cut ties with Spacey on both “House of Cards” and “Gore,” the Gore Vidal biopic Spacey was starring in and producing.