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Fellofftheporch

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So now we wait for the others to find the courage to come forward. I really don't care. I honestly do not care... I know I am horrible. But why do these people wait so fucking long to say something. Tell while the touching is fresh in your mind! Years later... details dull and disappear.
 

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Fellofftheporch

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Years later the details dull and disappear ? You don' understand why people don't tell ?
Yeah, actually I do. I am not going to get into this cause I know that some things can make or break you. Not telling will eventually break you. I learned that for myself. I just don't care about Kevin Spacey... amd wasn't this last guy drunk and drinking with him? That does dull things.
 

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Sejanus

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I cannot imagine how hard it must be for victims/survivors/accusers to come forward. They have my respect.
 

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Satanica

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Defense preparations for Kevin Spacey’s sexual assault trial have focused on obtaining the cellphone a young man was carrying the night he said Mr. Spacey fondled him in a Nantucket restaurant in 2016.

But the accuser’s lawyer said in a filing in Nantucket District Court on Wednesday that the phone, which the defense claims may contain evidence supporting Spacey’s innocence, is lost.

A judge had ordered the phone be given to the defense for forensic examination, but the lawyer, Mitchell Garabedian, wrote in a court document that the accuser does not recall having seen the phone since around December 2017, when it was turned over to the police.According to Mr. Garabedian, the police said the accuser’s father later retrieved the phone, but the father has “no memory” of having received it.
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Because the phone is missing, the judge postponed a court hearing planned for Friday, June 21, to July 8. If the phone is not turned over by then, the judge said, the accuser will be asked to testify about its whereabouts. Mr. Garabedian, who declined to comment beyond his filing, wrote that the family planned to have a “digital forensic expert” search for backups of the phone’s contents.

R. Michael Cassidy, a law professor at Boston College, said that the phone’s disappearance could have significant consequences for the prosecution if the judge determines that officials associated with the case were at fault. If the judge were to determine that officials had deliberately disposed of the phone, he might dismiss the case — which Professor Cassidy said was unlikely — or he might inform the jury that it could hold the phone’s disappearance against the prosecution when considering the evidence.

A spokeswoman from the Cape and Islands district attorney’s office declined to comment, saying that the case “will be prosecuted in the courtroom, not the media.”
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Benighted

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Initially they said they had "accidentally" deleted some of the texts, now they claim to have lost the entire damn phone. Spacey's got some shady shit in his past but this story stinks like a three week old haddock. The only Spacey case that's made it even close to court and the accuser has lost the evidence.
 

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Satanica

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A young man who says Kevin Spacey groped him in a Nantucket bar in 2016 has dropped his lawsuit against the Oscar-winning actor, his lawyer said Friday.

Spacey still faces a criminal charge. He pleaded not guilty to indecent assault and battery in January.

His accuser's lawyer, Mitchell Garabedian, announced in an email that the suit filed June 26 in Nantucket Superior Court has been voluntarily dismissed. No reason was provided either by Garabedian or in the court filing. Garabedian said he would have no further comment.
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According to the court filing, the suit was dismissed "with prejudice," which means it cannot be refiled.

It says "because no adverse party has served an answer or motion for summary judgment in this matter, plaintiff is dismissing the civil action."

An email was left Friday requesting comment from Alan Jackson, Spacey's attorney.

Jackson has previously said the man is lying in the hopes of winning money in a civil case against Spacey.
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The criminal case has centered on the cellphone used by the accuser the night of the alleged groping, which the defense says it needs in order to recover text messages it says will support Spacey's innocence.

Nantucket District Court Judge Thomas Barrett has ordered the man to hand the phone over to the defense, but his attorney said they cannot find it. The judge has given them until Monday to produce the phone.
 

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Benighted

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Not surprising. If that phone doesn't miraculously appear over the weekend, which I suspect it won't, the criminal case is in serious jeopardy too since that was pretty much the only alleged evidence.
 

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