He explained: "Yeah... yeah".
When probed about his thoughts on working with the former House of Cards leading man, Pearce admits how it is a "tough one to talk about at the moment". Fantastic actor; incredible actor. Mmm. Slightly hard time with Kevin.
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After a long pause in which Denton seemed lost for words, Pearce added: "Thankfully I was 29 and not 14". Spacey was sacked from his Netflix series "House of Cards", which will return for a final season with co-star Robin Wright in the lead role. Denton had been asking Pearce about stars he had worked with and questioned him about Spacey. Rapp said he was 14 at the time.
"I honestly do not remember the encounter", Spacey tweeted in October.
"As those closest to me know, in my life I have had relationships with both men and women", he continued.
In April, Variety reported that the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office was reviewing a sexual assault case against Spacey.More news: Moog warns that Trump trade tariffs pose a threat to its business
Pearce's comment seems to be a direct reference to shocking allegations of sexual assault that were made against Spacey past year. Scotland Yard has opened multiple investigations into alleged assaults in London.
Spacey was sacked from his hit Netflix series House of Cards and cut from Ridley Scott's All the Money in the World last fall, and has not made any public statements since November of 2017. Amid the fallout, he was also replaced in Ridley Scott's "All the Money in the World".
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