Actor Kevin Spacey was sued two years ago for alleged sexual assault on a masseur at a home in Malibu, California.
A lawsuit filed with the Los Angeles Superior Court alleging that the Oscar-winning actor, who was investigated by police in the US and UK for alleged sexual assault, attacked the unnamed masseur in October 2016.
The lawsuit alleges that the former House of Cards star forced the masseur to "touch his scrotum, testicles and penis" before "feeding him for an obviously attempted, forced kiss."
According to the alleged incident, the document states that the man said words like "What are you doing, it's ridiculous, I'm a professional, that's what I do for a living, I have a son."
The lawsuit alleges: "Spacey's behavior was extreme and outrageous, and Spacey acted with reckless disregard for the plaintiff's rights and feelings and with deliberate indifference to the certainty that the plaintiff would suffer emotional distress.
As a direct and immediate consequence of Spacey's actions, the plaintiff has suffered and continues to suffer from severe mental distress, emotional pain and anxiety, fear, humiliation, grief, embarrassment, nervousness, worry, anger, frustration, helplessness, nervousness, sadness, stress mental and emotional distress and anxiety. "
Spacey is being sued for sexual violence, violence against women, battery, assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress and false imprisonment.
The alleged victim said he reported the incident to the police. Los Angeles police refused to confirm that the incident had been reported.
Scotland Yard has opened six sexual assault investigations in Spacey allegedly taken in London and Gloucester. He is also being investigated by detectives in California.
Spacey, the artistic director of The Old Vic Theater in London from 2004 to 2015, was one of the first Hollywood stars to be blamed for the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Actor Anthony Rapp claimed he was 14 years old when Spacey, then 26, made a sexual foray in 1986. Spacey, now 59, said he did not remember the meeting, but apologized for "inappropriate drunken behavior."
He was dismissed by Netflix House of Cards and Sir Ridley Scott put him out of his finished movie All The Money in the world in re-shootings costing millions.