Kevin Spacey breaks down as he reveals he’s broke

Oscar winner Kevin Spacey has revealed in an emotional new TV interview that he has “many millions” of dollars in debt and has managed to dodge bankruptcy.

In his first major television appearance in years, Spacey sat down with interviewer Piers Morgan on his chat show Uncensored to talk about his career troubles since facing allegations of sexual abuse and harassment in 2017, at the height of the #MeToo movement.

In the interview, Morgan asked Spacey where he lived, which prompted an emotional interview from the actor, who revealed that his house in Baltimore “got into foreclosure” and was sold at auction.

“So the answer to that question is: I’m not quite sure where I’m going to live now, but I’ve been in Baltimore since we started shooting House of cards There.”

Kevin Spacey says he lost his house and owes millions

Morgan asked Spacey why his house was foreclosed on, and the actor revealed it was because “I can’t pay the bills I owe.”

Asked if he was on the verge of bankruptcy, Spacey shared that he had been close but had “managed to dodge it, at least as of today.”

When asked how much money he has, Spacey – who was said to have a net worth of around $70 million as of 2022 – insisted he had “none. I still have a lot of legal debts that I haven’t been able to pay.”

Spacey said his debt amounts to “many millions” of dollars, but insisted he doesn’t feel dejected and wants to “get back on the horse” and resume his acting career to earn an income.

Morgan also questioned Spacey about the allegations he had faced, with Spacey admitting that he had been guilty in the past of “being too subtle, touching someone sexually in a way that I didn’t know at the time that he didn’t want.”

But he denied that any action could be classified as criminal conduct, insisting that he “was nice to people”: “You want to be nice. You want to see if they will respond positively,” she said.

Spacey was acquitted of all charges relating to the alleged sexual assault of four men in a London court in July last year. During that trial he cried as he announced that he had “lost everything” due to the accusations made against him.

He had denied all allegations, insisting that the charges against him were motivated by “money, money and then money”.

The Oscar-winning actor suffered a rapid career downturn when the allegations against him emerged. He was deprived of the international Emmy award and was eliminated from Ridley Scott’s film All the money in the world, and had its main character in the acclaimed HBO series House of cards suddenly killed to erase him from the show.

But Spacey has some powerful allies as he attempts to rebuild his career: Fellow actors Sharon Stone, Stephen Fry, F. Murray Abraham and Liam Neeson have all recently publicly expressed their support for him.

Stone said she “can’t wait to see Kevin back at work.”

“He’s a genius. He is so elegant and funny, generous to a fault and he knows our craft more than most of us ever will,” she told the Telegraph in a statement.

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