Inside London’s Westminster Magistrates’ Court, he spoke only to confirm his name as Kevin Spacey Fowler and his London address when he appeared in the dock. “Mr Spacey strenuously denies any and all criminality in this case,” defence lawyer Patrick Gibbs said.
If found guilty of sexual assault, he would face a six-month jail sentence or an unlimited fine, while the other offence carries a maximum punishment of life term. Spacey will next appear on July 14. He was granted unconditional bail, with Gibbs saying he needed to be able to leave the UK for work and because his family was in the US.