Transcript for New developments in case against Kevin Spacey
Back now as we're learning more about a case we've been following that's nations national headlines. New details about the sex yult assault charge Kevin spacey is facing, and the video sent on social media that could now become evidence. Here's ABC's gio Benitez. Reporter: Just days ago, as actor Kevin spacey faced a sexual assault charge, he released this cryptic personal video, pretending to be his former character on "House of cards." I'm certainly not going to pay the price for the things I didn't do. But you wouldn't believe the worst without evidence, would you? You wouldn't rush to judgment without facts, would you? Reporter: But now we're learning video evidence may exist in the criminal case against him. The accuser, then an 18-year-old bus boy at club car on nantucket in 2016, telling police his girlfriend did not believe what was happening, so he sent his girlfriend a video through Snapchat as spacey was allegedly assaulting him. Police writing in the report that the accuser "Was shown the video he said was of spacey touching him." The accuser tells police he "didn't know what to do" because saying anything would get him and his employer in trouble. He was drinking while underage. Meanwhile, spacey is charged with indecent assault and battery. He's denied the allegations. It's a felony and he could face up to five years in prison. He'll be arraigned in January. Tom? Gio Benitez for us tonight, thank you.
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