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More than 30 men had said they were victims of unwanted sexual advances by Kevin Spacey. [Reuters]

Kevin Spacey lawyer says accuser deleted ‘exculpatory’ messages

The man who accused Kevin Spacey of groping him at a bar in 2016 deleted text messages that would support Spacey’s claims of innocence, the actor’s lawyer said in court documents filed Friday.

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