More Disgusting Reports of Sexual Assault/Misconduct and Pedophilia From Hollywood

More Disgusting Reports of Sexual Assault/Misconduct and Pedophilia From Hollywood

Now Kevin Spacey has been outed as another Hollywood deviant who sexually targeted a child. His victim, Anthony Rapp, who was 14 at the time.

Rapp, now 46, told Buzzfeed in an interview that was published Sunday that he came forward with his 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.”

The Star Trek: Discovery actor says women speaking out about sexual misconduct in the entertainment industry has compelled him to come forward about the Oscar winner.

Rapp found his courage to speak up after allegations of sexual assault and predatory behavior by Harvey Weinstein, James Toback and other powerful Hollywood types rocked the news headlines these last few weeks and months.

Spacey was quick to respond with an apology Tweet for his perverse behavior toward Rapp. In his response he blamed his behavior on being drunk and then decided that the best distraction to his behavior would be to come out of the closet as being gay.

To Kevin Spacey I would say, “Being a closeted, gay, drunken pedophile is no excuse for assaulting a child. Hollywood disgusts me.”

Now we get to watch Hollywierd praise Spacey for ‘coming out’ while ignoring his criminal behavior and the psychological damage he instilled in Rapp as a child.

Hollywood tolerates, understands and encourages every form of perversion you can imagine as well as many perversions, I’m sure, most of us could not even conceive of.

To read the Buzzfeed article click this link

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