"I mean, it's always good to live your truth, but don't use it to get out of trouble," the "Daily Show" host says.
In a segment called "Ain't Nobody Got Time For That," the Comedy Central star posed this question: "Why is the twist always that Kevin Spacey is the bad guy?"
"In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the house of cards is falling down around powerful men in Hollywood, literally," Noah said, referring to Spacey's public apology Sunday night for allegedly making a sexual advance on "Star Trek" actor Anthony Rapp, who told Buzzfeed he was 14 at the time.
In an apology released on Twitter Sunday night, Spacey said he was "horrified to hear his story" and that he "honestly [does] not remember the encounter." He said he owes Rapp "the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior," then came out "as a gay man."
"Talk about the worst time to go public with your sexuality," Noah said. "I mean, it's always good to live your truth, but don't use it to get out of trouble. Imagine if a cop pulled him over. He'd be like, 'Sir, are you drunk? I need you to come out of the vehicle.' He's like, 'That's not the only thing I'm willing to come out of.'"
"Another day, another example of a man abusing his power," the comedian added.