Richard Dreyfuss ‘Incredibly Proud’ Of Son Harry After He Spoke Out About Alleged Kevin Spacey Groping

Richard Dreyfuss has praised his son, Harry, for coming forward about allegedly being groped by Kevin Spacey.

In a piece published by BuzzFeed over the weekend, Harry claimed Spacey groped him at his London apartment in 2008, at the age of 18. His father – who was completely unaware of what allegedly happened – was also in the room.

Spacey was directing Richard in a play, ‘Complicit’, and Harry claimed they were reading lines when the ‘House Of Cards’ actor unexpectedly put his hand on his thigh.

Harry went on to write that when he moved for a second time, Kevin followed him once again.

When contacted by BuzzFeed, a lawyer for Kevin Spacey said: “Let me be clear, Mr. Spacey absolutely denies the allegations.”

I love my son @harrydreyfuss more than I could explain with all the words in the world. And I am so incredibly proud of him right now.

November 5, 2017
“I love my son @harrydreyfuss more than I could explain with all the words in the world,” he wrote. “And I am so incredibly proud of him right now.”

Last month, Broadway actor Anthony Rapp became the first person to accuse Kevin of sexual harassment and in the time since, a number of other people have come forward.

On Friday (3 November), the Metropolitan Police confirmed that they are investigating one allegation of sexual assault, concerning an incident that allegedly took place in 2008.

According to The Sun, the alleged victim reported visiting Spacey at home, falling asleep and waking up to find Spacey performing a sex act on him.

A Met spokesman said: “On Wednesday, 1 November, City of London Police referred an allegation of sexual assault to the Metropolitan Police Service.

“It is alleged a man assaulted another man in 2008 in Lambeth. Officers from the Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command are investigating.”