Only minutes after the news broke that actor Kevin Spacey would be arraigned on a felony sexual assault charge in Nantucket District Court, Spacey posted this bizarre video called "Let Me Be Frank" as his House of Cards character Frank Underwood. Is he attempting to defend himself against the charges? I don't know, but watching it makes me feel like I don't ever want to answer my front door again.

I'm all for people having the chance to defend themselves, but what Kevin Spacey is doing in this video, or rather the way he's decided to do it, can't make me feel as though he's guilty as charged. Clearly, his decision making process is terribly flawed.

From vox.com -

"It’s a frankly bizarre video — and it’s not the first time Spacey has tried to deflect matters related to sexual assault allegations in ill-advised ways. In the video, the actor may be in character as Underwood, but the timing and his statements make it clear: He’s talking about the real-life Spacey."

In 2017 Broadway actor Anthony Rapp accused Spacey of making sexual advances toward him in 1986, when Rapp was only 14-years-old. since then, more than 30 other men and women have alleged that Kevin Spacey made unwanted sexual advances toward them.