Kevin Spacey Accuser Dies Mysteriously After Actor Shares “Kill Them With Kindness” Video
Kevin Spacey is giving the Clintons a run for their money in regards to “body counts” following the death of Ari Behn, a former member of Norway’s royal family who was one of Spacey’s sexual assault accusers.
Behn, a successful author, and ex-husband of Norway’s Princess Martha Louise, allegedly took his own life one day after the disgraced actor released a video in which he says “kill em with kindness”.
“It is with great sadness in our hearts that I on behalf of the very closest relatives of Ari Behn must announce that he took his own life today,” his manager, Geir Hakonsund, said in an email to AFP.
The Royal House of Norway said “Ari was an important part of our family for many years, and we carry warm and good memories of him with us.”
In December 2017, Behn came forward to accuse Spacey, 60, of groping him under a table at a Nobel Peace Prize concert in 2007. Spacey never responded to that allegation and could not immediately be reached for comment.
An anonymous massage therapist who sued the disgraced actor for allegedly sexually assaulting him during a session in 2016 died in September.
The Oscar-winner has been accused by more than a dozen men of sexual misconduct. In July, sexual assault charges in Massachusetts involving an 18-year-old man were dropped. Spacey had denied the allegations.
In a video released on the eve of Christmas, Spacey takes on the role of ‘House of Cards’ character Frank Underwood, and in it he says he intends to do the “unexpected.”
“Kill them with kindness,” he says, after stating that he intends to cast his vote “for more good in the world.”
Less than a day after the video was released, a man who accused Spacey of sexual misconduct dies. The timing is strange to say the least.