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Bombshell: Ever Wonder why Kevin Spacey accusers keep Suiciding? The Clinton Connection you may not know about

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Kevin Spacey has been riddled in recent months by his own #MeToo crowd, with accusers coming forward, claiming the former ‘House of Cards’ actor sexually abused them in the past. Eerily enough, a couple of the accusers have commited suicide, one died mysteriously in a car crash, and one dropped the charges suddenly.

In fact, just a day before the latest accuser, Ari Behn, who was once married to a Norwegian princess, claimed that Spacey groped him at a concert in 2007, committed suicide, Spacey sent this cryptic YouTube message:

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ibl/Shutterstock (9434741ad) Ari Behn, ‘Skavlan’ TV show, Stockholm, Sweden – 21 Feb 2018

Clinton, Epstein, and Spacey all took several trips together on Lolita Express, the now infamous plane used to fly to Epstein’s Island.

From Hollywoodreporter.com:

The mysterious sexual assault lawsuit brought by an anonymous massage therapist against Kevin Spacey is ending, according to papers filed Monday in federal court.

The plaintiff, suing as a “John Doe,” alleged being forced to grab the actor’s genitals twice during a massage at a private residence in Malibu. A judge allowed the case to move forward despite Spacey’s objection that the plaintiff’s identity was being shielded.

Then, tragedy struck.

“John Doe” died, and after the accuser’s attorneys informed Spacey, the actor’s attorneys filed a notice of death in court. This began a 90-day clock for the accuser’s estate to be substituted into the case.

In November, the accuser’s son successfully petitioned a probate court to become special administrator. The probate filings cited the urgency of the Spacey suit. (Although court papers now indicate the identity of the accuser, The Hollywood Reporter will respect the deceased accuser’s choice to be anonymous.)

Now comes the settlement.

Attorneys for Spacey and the special administrator filed a stipulation to dismiss the case with prejudice (meaning claims can’t be refiled). No terms of the deal were made public. 

The latest filing comes amid news that another Spacey accuser, Norwegian author Ari Behn, died by suicide, and that the actor released another bizarre Christmas video invoking his morally unscrupulous House of Cards character Frank Underwood.

Turns out, Kevin and Bill Clinton go way back.

From businessinsider.com:

Multiple profiles and reports from over the years detailed Epstein’s active philanthropy and social life that kept him among the ranks of New York’s elite. One such report detailed his financing of travel to Africa with former President Bill Clinton and actor Kevin Spacey.

Epstein’s private plane took President Bill Clinton, actor Kevin Spacey, and comedian Chris Tucker to Africa to tour HIV/AIDS project sites, New York Magazine said in 2002, citing Page Six.

This was one instance of Epstein getting friendly with Clinton, as the former president would take several flights on Epstein’s private plane in 2002 and 2003, according to logs obtained by Gawker in 2015.

From Freebeacon.com

Spacey is the latest figure in Hollywood to be accused of sexual harassment or assault following a report from BuzzFeed published Sunday. Actor Anthony Rapp accused Spacey of sexually harassing him when he was 14 years old in 1986. Rapp alleged that Spacey, who was 26 at the time, invited him to a party at his apartment. Rapp said when the party was over, Spacey picked him up and put him on his bed where Spacey climbed on top of him and attempted to “seduce him.” Rapp said he was able to “squirm” away and had the impression that Spacey was intoxicated.

Spacey on Sunday released a statement in which he said he does not remember the incident involving Rapp but that if it did occur, he apologizes for his actions. He also came out as gay in the statement, which has triggered backlash in the gay community because some believe he used “coming out of the closet” as a distraction from the sexual harassment allegations.

More articles:

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/tv/story/2019-12-31/kevin-spacey-sexual-assault-case-dismissed

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