Kevin Spacey apologized for rap Anthony in 1986, an event in which Rapp said Spacey’s sexual interest when Rapp was 14.
Spacey said on Twitter saying he was too bad to hear Rapp’s story about the meeting he / she wants to remember. He wrote that he was “a sincere apology” to the mounted head which was said “drunk is not well”.
BuzzFeed in an interview with Rapp told him that he had a Partyy celebration where the actor took him, took him to bed and settled in after the other guest had left.
Rapp, who said he was impressed, was Spacey, pushed him away and left.
Spacey, 58, who won an Oscar for “Suspect Common” and “American Beauty,” also said that Rapp’s story “asked me to deal with other things in my life.”
“I like and joined the romantic romance of men in my life, and now I’m choosing a homosexual life,” Spacey writes.
“I want to deal with honesty and transparency,” he said, “and began to examine his own behavior.”
The actor has refused to deal with rumors of sexuality for years.
Rapp, who attended Broadway’s musical “Rent,” began the Broadway career during the incident.
Spacey, the Tony Award winner, “Lost in Yonkers,” the death of Netflix in the political drama “House of Cards.” He also has ten years as artistic director of the old Vic Theater in London.
Hollywood and a few US companies have been shocked over the past few weeks, making arguments from women that leaders are sexually threatening.
Harvey Weinstein was accused of several women who were sexually injured or affected by events in the 1980s, including some who alleged they had been rapes.
Weinstein denies the sex that disagrees with everyone. He resigned from the president and CEO of the Weinstein Company, which he founded and became one of Hollywood’s most influential powers in October 2005