Kevin Spacey Breaks Down in Tears, Claims He’s Broke During Interview with Piers Morgan

Kevin Spacey was a guest on Piers Morgan Uncensored this week, and he broke down in tears as he discussed his multiple sexual assault and harassment lawsuits.

Spacey was accused by over 15 individuals of sexual assault, harassment, battery, and soliciting sex from minors in 2017. Multiple accusers sued Spacey, including actor Anthony Rapp, but several of his cases have been dismissed, and Spacey was found not guilty in both US and UK courts last year. However, Spacey Unmasked, a recent Max and Channel 4 documentary that covers extensive allegations of abuse from the actor, resulted in 10 more victims coming forward.

Now, according to his interview with Morgan, Spacey is feeling the financial stress. “I’m not quite sure where I’m going to live now,” Spacey said in regards to his Baltimore home entering foreclosure. When asked why Spacey’s house is being foreclosed on, Spacey replied, “I can’t pay the bills that I owe,” referring to the extensive legal fees associated with his various suits. Morgan then asked how much money Spacey has — to which Spacey replied “none,” telling Morgan that he still owes millions.

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Spacey also discussed his sexuality with Piers Morgan after coming out as gay in 2017 (in the wake of his many allegations of offenses against young men), telling the host, “I have nothing to hide and I want to live a more open life than the one that I did.” He continued, saying, “I’ve spent so many years not wanting to talk about myself and avoiding questions about my personal life and my sexuality.” Watch the clip below, and check out the full interview here.


Recently, as Spacey attempts to re-enter Hollywood, several actors have publicly defended him. Liam Neeson, Sharon Stone, F. Murray Abraham, and Stephen Fry all wrote statements in support of Spacey’s return to the film industry. “Kevin is a good man and a man of character,” said Liam Neeson. “He’s sensitive, articulate and non-judgmental, with a terrific sense of humor. He is also one of our finest artists in the theater and on camera. Personally speaking, our industry needs him and misses him greatly.”