Kevin Spacey

English police say they have charged Oscar-prevailing upon entertainer Kevin Spacey notable claims of sex offenses, with the entertainer due in court on Thursday.

Examiners last month approved the charges to be brought against Spacey, 62, on four counts of rape against three men, and a further charge of making an individual participate in penetrative sexual movement without assent.

Police said the supposed attacks had occurred between March 2005 and April 2013 – four in the capital, London and one in Gloucestershire. They included limited who is presently in his 40s and two men now in their 30s.

“He is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates Court at 10am (09:00 GMT) on Thursday, 16 June,” London’s Metropolitan Police said, affirming Spacey had been charged on the five counts approved by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) following his capture.

Spacey ready to protect himself

Spacey, who won Academy Awards for The Usual Suspects and American Beauty during the 1990s, has said he will guard himself in the UK and is sure any preliminary will defend himself.

When probably Hollywood’s greatest star, Spacey has generally vanished from general visibility since being blamed for sexual unfortunate behavior quite a while back.

In November 2017, London’s Old Vic theater said it had gotten 20 separate claims of unseemly lead by Spacey from 20 men who came into contact with him at the theater, or regarding it, somewhere in the range of 1995 and 2013.

He was dropped from the TV show House of Cards and eliminated from the film All the Money in the World after the allegations of sexual unfortunate behavior became exposed.