Following actor Anthony Rapp’s allegation earlier this week that Kevin Spacey assaulted him three decades ago, another Hollywood figure has come forward with similar claims.
Filmmaker Tony Montana has gone public about being sexually assaulted by Spacey at a bar in 2003, according to Pink News.
“He was telling me to come with him, to leave the bar.
“He put his hand on my crotch and forcefully grabbed my whole package.”
Montana said Spacey appeared to be drunk, and he had to physically remove the actor’s hand from his crotch.
“I paid for my drink and got away from him,” said Montana.
Spacey then allegedly followed Montana to the bathroom, where he again had to physically stop his advances.
“I backed him out the door and I pushed him,” said Montana.
“One of his friends was in line and I said, ‘It’s time to take your boy home.’
“They all ended up leaving.”
Montana said he had struggled with mental health issues caused by the event.
“I never talked to anyone about it except for therapists,” he said.
“I had PTSD for six months after.
“It was an emasculating thing for someone to do to me.
“Whenever I went to the bar I would see if he was there or have my back against the wall.”
Montana decided to come forward about the incident following Rapp’s allegations.
“This wasn’t something people were talking about openly,” he said.
“It still feels awkward. I still feel what I felt then. I put it into the back of my mind until I saw him come forward.”
In the wake of the allegations, Netflix has announced that Spacey’s show House of Cards will be cancelled.
The International TV Academy has also withdrawn the International Emmy Founders Award that Spacey was set to receive.