Another Kevin Spacey Accuser Alleges Sexual Relationship With Actor at Just 14 Years Old
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Spacey responds in a statement through his lawyer that he "absolutely denies the allegations."

Anthony Rapp isn't the only man to allege Kevin Spacey made a move on him when he was just 14 years old. A second man has come forward to claim he had a sexual relationship with the Oscar-winning actor when he was a teenager, too.

The latest man, who chose to remain anonymous, told Vulture he had a "consensual" sexual relationship with Spacey that began when he was 14 and the "House of Cards" star was 24. The man said the relationship ended, however, a year later after Spacey attempted to rape him.

The man, who called Spacey a pedophile and a narcissist in the interview, said that he first met Spacey during acting classes when he was 12, but the relationship didn't begin until they reconnected at Shakespeare in the Park two years later. He claimed that Spacey gave him his number and invited him to his apartment.

"I called him on the phone the next day, and he told me how he was in love with me and wanted to see me," the man claimed. "We started a sexual relationship that first visit."

This allegedly continued for three or four visits with the two professing their love for one another and engaging in sexual activity. After he turned 15, however, he visited Spacey but protested when Spacey tried to instigate sex.

"He pushes hard, and grabs me, and starts shoving up against [me], and it hurts," the man said. "I again tell him no, and he tries again. I am strong enough, thank God ... to get him off of me."

Thought Spacey's latest accuser described the relationship as consensual, he also doesn't believe a 14- or 15- year-old is capable of giving that consent. "I was obsessed with him," the man said. "In adolescence, you certainly don’t know yet that a very powerful sexual feeling is not love," he said.

The alleged relationship with Spacey wasn't the man's first consensual relationship with a significantly older man, either. He said he was in a sexual relationship with his cousin, who was also ten years his senior, at the same time he was seeing Spacey.

"Every time I’ve ever told the story, I am compelled to tell people how seductive I was towards these men," he said. "I’m compelled to tell people how much I wanted these things because some very deep part of me feels like it’s lying if I don’t say that; if I don’t describe how consensual it was. Some part of me takes a lot of work to understand that I can have been the victim of someone and not be a victim."

The man said he was compelled to come forward due to Spacey's statement denying recollection of Rapp's allegations and using the opportunity to come out as a gay man.

"'Oh, people like gays now. So I’ll throw them that. I’ll say I’m gay and I will betray my whole community and do something else that conflates pedophilia with male homosexuality,'" the man imagined Spacey thinking while drafting his statement. "That was probably the thing that made me want to talk more than anything else. How repulsive that was."

When Vulture reached for comment about the anonymous man's claims, Spacey's lawyer wrote in an email, "Mr. Spacey absolutely denies the allegations."

Earlier today, Spacey's publicist stated that the actor is seeking treatment, though it was not specified what kind of treatment he was seeking. In the wake of the first allegations against Spacey, Netflix suspended production on the sixth and final season of "House of Cards" indefinitely.

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