London Police Investigating Second Kevin Spacey Claim

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Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey is understood to be being investigated by British police over a second alleged sexual assault.

The claim was made on Friday and alleges an assault took place on a man in Lambeth in 2005.

'It is alleged a man assaulted another man, victim one, in 2008 in Lambeth.

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Following Rapp's allegation in a BuzzFeed interview earlier this month, Spacey said in a post on Twitter he did not remember the alleged incident and announced he is living as a gay man.

The new allegation was made to police a day after the Old Vic said it had received 20 claims of inappropriate behaviour by Spacey and had encouraged many complainants to go to the police.

"On Friday, 17 November, a further allegation was made about the same man" suspected in the 2008 case, the Yard said in a statement Wednesday.

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"The allegations are of sexual assaults against a man in 2005 in Lambeth". It's unclear, however, if the latest allegation is connected to the theater's internal investigation. "Officers from the Child Abuse and Sexual Offenses Command are investigating", police noted.

The Old Vic's announcement follows recent allegations of sexual harassment and predatory behaviour made against the double Oscar victor and former House of Cards actor while at the theatre and elsewhere in the entertainment industry.

He has not been charged with any crime.

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