Kevin Spacey beams at book launch after heading to court to deny sexual assault charges
Posted by  badge Boss on Jul 16
Kevin Spacey headed to the book launch of Cindy Lass’s biography in London the day after his court appearance (Picture: PA)

Kevin Spacey was all-smiles at a book launch in just a day after he . 

The 62-year-old  at Old Bailey on Thursday to sexual assault charges that date back 17 years. 

Now the Oscar-winning actor has been spotted at the launch of Gina Clarke’s new biography, Cindy Lass: A Colourful Pawtrait, at the Arts Club. 

The book reflects on Lass’ life as a self-taught painter who is renowned for creating portraits of dogs with high-profile owners such as Sir Elton John, Cate Blanchett and even the Queen. 

The prestigious painter was pictured at the event with Spacey, who beamed for the cameras as they posed for photos with the new release. 

Just a day earlier, the House of Cards star stood in Court One at the Old Bailey and denied allegations of sexual assault relating to three men who are now in their 30s and 40s. 

Kevin Spacey smiled as he mingled with guests at the event in London (Picture: PA)

Spacey  and splits his time between his homes in Waterloo, South London and the US. 

The alleged offences are said to have taken place in London and Gloucestershire between 2005 and 2013, when Spacey was artistic director of the Old Vic theatre. 

Another hearing will take place in early 2023, before the judge begins a three to four week trial on June 6 2023. 

The actor appeared in court on Thursday and entered a not guilty plea to all four accounts of sexual assault (Picture: Carl Court/Getty Images)

Spacey is also set to be the focus of a new . 

‘Spacey Unmasked will take a forensic look at one of the most powerful and respected actors in the world,’ the synopsis reads.

It continues to provide an insight into the series’ narrative: ‘From his childhood to his emergent success on Broadway and his meteoric rise to stardom, through to his spectacular fall from grace, as he now faces accusations from multiple men of grooming, sexual harassment, and abuse.’

Dorothy Byrne and Mike Lerner will both serve as executive producers on the documentary.

Byrne described Spacey as ‘one of the most important figures in London’s cultural life’ and added: ‘These films will follow the unfolding story of the allegations of abuse against him and the resulting court cases.’