The actor was apparently leaving the airport after returning from Massachusetts, where he was charged Monday morning with groping an 18-year-old busboy in 2016. He has been reportedly staying in the Baltimore area in the days leading up to his court appearance.
WASHINGTON — After appearing in court Monday morning to address sexual assault allegations in Massachusetts, actor Kevin Spacey had yet another brush with law enforcement in the afternoon, this time around Reagan National Airport.
The actor, accused of groping an 18-year-old Nantucket busboy in 2016, was pulled over near the airport for speeding, said Christina Saull, a spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.
Spacey was “given a verbal warning for speeding,” Saull said.
He reportedly has been staying in the Baltimore area in the days leading up to his court appearance. Before allegations of sexual misconduct emerged in 2017, Spacey had a starring role on the Netflix series “House of Cards,” which was filmed around the D.C.-Baltimore area.
Spacey pleaded not guilty Monday in the Massachusetts case.