Kevin Spacey’s criminal groping case got thrown for a loop yesterdaywhen the accuser invoked his 5th amendment right against self-incrimination.
William Little was in court for a pretrial hearing over the missing cellphone in his first public appearance. He’d testified that he and no one else deleted anything from his phone. When Spacey’s lawyer, Alan Jackson, asked if he was aware that destroying evidence was a felony in Massachusetts, he was like, “I am now.” When they came back after a recess, Little pleaded the fifth. The judge immediately struck his testimony. That led Spacey’s legal team to call for an immediate dismissal of the case.
The hearing concluded without a decision on whether the case would be dismissed. Barrett scheduled a status conference hearing for July 31st.
Source: USA Today