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Alleged Harasser Kevin Spacey Releases Video For Suicide Prevention

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

26th Dec, 2020. 06:52 pm
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Alleged Harasser Kevin Spacey Releases Video For Suicide Prevention

Famous American Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey has appealed to those who are struggling with embarrassment or depression not to try to take their own lives.

Kevin Spacey, who disappeared from the public scene three years ago after allegations of sexual harassment, made the request in a video titled “1-800 X Mess” on YouTube on Christmas night.

While walking in the park, Kevin Spacey said that in the year 2020, many people approached him to express their problems and some said that they wanted to end their lives.

The well-known actor said the audience that if they are in trouble if they need help, if they feel guilty or ashamed, if they are struggling with their identity or if they think that for you There is no way.

“No matter what the situation, I promise you there is a way,” he said.

“During the holidays and beyond, even if you don’t feel it, there are people outside who can understand and help, it improves,” the actor said.

The video ends with the board of the Suicide Prevention Hotline.

Criminal and civil cases against Kevin Spacey are pending in the courts of other US counties, including the US Nantucket.

Kevin Spacey has been charged with sexual harassment and rape by a total of 30 men and women.

Kevin Spacey has also been charged by a U.S. court with raping a minor but has not yet been charged in the same case.

Kevin Spacey is not the first Hollywood person to be charged with sexual harassment in recent years.

Earlier, a number of actors, including producer Harvey Weinstein and actor Bill Cosby, have been charged with similar offences.

Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison in two predatory sexual assault charges.

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