Kevin Spacey Says He'll Seek Treatment Amid Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct

Netflix suspends production on House of Cards following Kevin Spacey allegations

After Spacey's insensitive apology, Montana, Cavazos, 35, and others came forward to accuse the star of sexual misconduct.

The press release relayed in a Deadline evokes the intent of the actor to " take the necessary time to seek evaluation and treatment", without giving more details.

Over the weekend, Spacey apologised to actor Anthony Rapp, who had accused the Hollywood star of trying to seduce him in 1986, when Rapp was 14.

Actor Kevin Spacey, who is facing multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, is now seeking evaluation and treatment. And on Tuesday, actor Roberto Cavazos claimed that while appearing in theater productions at London's Old Vic Theater, he rejected numerous sexual advances from the actor, who worked as artistic director at the theater for almost a decade. "I don't want them to be able to find their way back to me".

The Old Vic has said no formal complaints were ever made against Spacey during his tenure, but the theater said it was setting up a confidential email address for people to report experiences of harassment.

In a statement, he said: "I have a lot of respect and admiration for Anthony Rapp as an actor".

After Rapp's public statement, a man who was friendly with a member of the NY staff approached the magazine to talk about Spacey.

On Wednesday, another man came forward and told Victoria Derbyshire of the BBC via a video link in which his face was not visible that he too was harassed by Spacey when he was a teenager in the 1980s in NY.

Mexican actor Roberto Cavazos revealed he had a "couple of unpleasant encounters" with Mr. "Spacey feel free to touch us".

US filmmaker Tony Montana told Radar Online that Spacey groped him at the Coronet Bar in L.A., back in 2003. "I paid for my drink and got away from him". In the six months following the alleged incident, Montana claims he suffered from PTSD. His hit Netflix show House of Cards has been cancelled after the upcoming sixth season, with the streaming service saying it was "deeply troubled" by the allegations, while Spacey's acting course on online video hub MasterClass has also been pulled.