Kevin Spacey has been dining alone in a chic London restaurant for days, after a man accusing him of assaulting refused to give a testimony.
Spacey, with lavender-colored trousers and plimsolls, grabbed a book under his arm as he left Beaufort House in Chelsea on Thursday afternoon.
The star of the House of Cards was depicted when he rose from a stool and left half of his wine glass at the bar, which has an à la carte menu with duck breast for $ 34 and steak for $ 53.
The 59-year-old looked stricter than he had appeared on Tuesday at the Chelsea Bluebird restaurant, where he laughed and joked with other guests.
Despite his relaxed lunch today, it was reported this week that Scotland Yard officers had been to America to interview Spacey
Spacey, dressed in a pair of lavender pants and matching sneakers, walks out of the dining room this afternoon
Spacey, wearing glasses, leaves the restaurant in West London on Thursday afternoon
Spacey was seen from his bar stool and put his jacket next to an unfinished wine glass
Earlier this week, a spectator told MailOnline: & It looked like he was very relaxed and sitting in a prominent place in the restaurant, seated on a high stool and a table.
& # 39; People came to him, shook his hands and he was also very friendly to the staff.
& # 39; Every time they came to refill his water, he spent centuries talking and laughing. & # 39;
Spacey, dressed in a blue checkered shirt under a casual navy jacket, leaves Beaufort House this afternoon in West London
Spacey leaves the restaurant today – he appeared cheerfully on Tuesday when he was having dinner in the same part of the capital
Spatial walks along the sidewalk behind a Mercedes sports car in the prosperous part of the British capital
On Monday, William Little refused to give another witness despite his charges against Spacey when he first appeared in court in Nantucket, Massachusetts.
The 21-year-old argued in favor of the Fifth Amendment, which led the judge to suggest that he should throw the case against Spacey away.
Despite the relaxed lunch, it was reported this week that Scotland Yard officers had been to America to interview Spacey.
Spacey is holding a hardcover book under his arm as he leaves the restaurant in Chelsea this afternoon
Spacey, who wears loose-fitting trousers in the summer heat, strolls with a book under his arm
A young man accusing Spacey of assaulting refused to testify about the incident when he first appeared in Nantucket, Massachusetts.
Spacey confronts six allegations of assault in the UK between 1996 and 2013, which he denies.
Spacey's relaxed performance on Tuesday was a far cry from the moment he was first seen in public a year after being accused of sexual assault.
On that occasion in 2018, he was photographed with a blue hat and a matching scarf over his face.
During Monday's pre-trial session in Natucket, the actor's lawyer asked for immediate rejection of the charges against him after the prosecutor had refused to testify further.
Authorities launched an investigation into the House of Cards actor after William Little claimed Spacey had drunk him at a bar in Nantucket in July 2016 – the prosecutor refused to testify at the court on Monday
Spacey – an enthusiastic tennis fan – could go to Wimbledon this week
William Little, the man who accused Kevin Spacey of catching him at the Nantucket bar in 2016, testified Monday during a pretrial hearing in Massachusetts, USA.
Alan Jackson, Spacey's lawyer, said: “This whole case has been completely compromised by the prosecutor's decision to take the Fifth.
& # 39; He is the only witness who can determine the circumstances of his allegations. & # 39;
The authorities started an investigation into the former actor of the & # 39; House of Cards & # 39; after the Little had contacted them by telephone in October 2017 and claimed that Spacey had accompanied him in July 2016 with beer and whiskey.
The two met in the Club Car bar and restaurant in Nantucket, where the prosecutor had worked as an assistant waiter that summer and claimed that Spacey sexually abused him.
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