Behn was one of the more high-profile people to speak up about Spacey; many of his other accusers were anonymous, including several “House of Cards” staffers, and at least one accuser was underage.
Earlier this year, Spacey whistleblower Linda Culkin died at 59 after being struck by a car. Months later, a massage therapist who accused Spacey of sexual battery and assault also died suddenly.
The criminal case against Spacey has all but dried up: Los Angeles prosecutors shut down the sexual battery case after the accuser died, and separately, Massachusetts prosecutors have dropped the criminal case related to an incident with a then-teenager.
Spacey seemingly considers himself in the clear and has recently released videos teasing his return to the spotlight. “The next time someone does something you don’t like, you can go on the attack,” he says in one clip. “But you can also hold your fire and do the unexpected. You can … kill them with kindness.”