The man who was reportedly behind a bizarre video posted by Kevin Spacey on Christmas Eve may become a key witness in a criminal sexual assault case against the actor.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Evan Lowenstein “took the reins of Spacey’s career in early 2016, when the two-time Oscar winner abruptly ousted his manager of 28 years, Joanne Horowitz.” Lowenstein, according to the report, “is said to have spearheaded the ‘Let Me Be Frank’ Christmas Eve video by the actor.” You can watch the video below.
Lowenstein, described by THR as “a 44-year-old former boy-bander,” was also reportedly present at a Nantucket restaurant on July 7, 2016, the night of the alleged assault that is at the heart of the case against Spacey.
THR reports that since Lowenstein began guiding Spacey’s career, “things have taken an unconventional turn. In short order, the 12-time Emmy nominee agreed to take on the chairman post at troubled Relativity Media in January 2016, only to pull out two months later. Sources say Lowenstein then methodically removed all of Spacey’s team, with the exception of his agents at CAA (the agency … cut ties with the star 18 months later when actor Anthony Rapp accused Spacey of making a sexual advance on him when Rapp was 14 years old).”
The report goes on to suggest that Lowenstein “may be undermining what could be a winnable case.” We encourage readers to click on the link above to THR to read the full report.
Here’s that creepy “Let Me Be Frank” video, one more time …