‘Entourage’ Star Accused of Groping; New Kevin Spacey Allegation Surfaces

Oct 31, 2017  •  Post A Comment

“Hollywood’s widening sexual harassment crisis brought forth a second actor’s allegation against Kevin Spacey on Tuesday, halted production on his Netflix series ‘House of Cards’ and prompted CBS to investigate an actress’ claim she was groped by Jeremy Piven,” The Washington Post reports.

“Mexican actor Robert Cavazos wrote on his Facebook page that he encountered Spacey at the bar of London’s Old Vic Theatre, where Spacey was artistic director, and the actor tried to fondle him against his will,” the story reports.

Spacey was reportedly artistic director of the Old Vic from 2004-15.

The theater issued a statement today expressing “deep dismay” at the allegation and adding that “inappropriate behavior by anyone working at The Old Vic is completely unacceptable.”

Meanwhile, CBS, which airs Piven’s new drama series “Wisdom of the Crowd,” said today it is “looking into” a claim by actress and reality personality Ariane Bellamar that the former “Entourage” star groped her on two occasions. Bellamar began tweeting about the alleged incidents Monday.

Bellamar, who has appeared in “Suicide Squad” and “The Hangover Part III,” said one incident occurred in Piven’s trailer on the “Entourage” set and another took place at the Playboy Mansion.

Below are two of the tweets from Bellamar …


  1. Anyone else notice the trend of liberal leftists and democrat loving Hollywood types are the abusers here?

    • This is a Hollywood scandal, so yeah, we’ve noticed it involves “Hollywood types”.

      And most of Hollywood is liberal, so of course it involves mostly liberals.

      But while this really has nothing to do with political leaning, the right wing sect of the entertainment industry has not been unaffected, or have you already forgotten about Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly?

    • Really? That is what you got from this story?

      People using their status and position to take advantage of others is older than recorded history so it isn’t a “liberal leftists” or “democrat loving Hollywood types” issue.

      “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” It doesn’t matter who is in power, the statement is as true now as it was when Lord Acton wrote it in 1887.

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