Kevin Spacey, an American actor and producer, has been charged in the United Kingdom with four charges of sexual assault.
Three individuals were charged with the crimes, according to the Crown Prosecution Service.
After a review of evidence following accusations between 2005 and 2013, Spacey, 62, was charged.
The Service “approved criminal charges for four counts of sexual assault against three men,” according to CPS Special Crime Division Head Rosemary Ainslie.
Spacey has been charged with “forcing a person to engage in penetrative sexual intercourse without consent,” she said in a statement.
The Metropolitan Police rechecked the evidence previously acquired, according to Ainslie.
The statement reads, “The Crown Prosecution Service reminds those concerned that criminal proceedings against Mr Spacey are ongoing and that he has a right to a fair trial.”
The attacks are said to have occurred in London and Gloucestershire.
The first indictment stemmed from a March 2005 alleged sexual assault in London.
In August 2008, the second alleged victim claimed to have been assaulted in London.
The third complainant is related to an alleged assault that occurred in April 2013 in Gloucestershire.
Spacey began his career as a theatrical actor in the 1980s and ascended to fame and fortune. He has won two Academy Awards and numerous other honors.