Morrissey Defends Kevin Spacey; Says The Actor Is Being 'Attacked Unnecessarily'

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Morrissey is no stranger to making controversial statements, but his remarks over the weekend defending both Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey might be his most deplorable yet.

If you recall, Rapp said that in 1986, when he was 14-years-old and Spacey was around age 26, Spacey invited him over to his New York City apartment for a party.

Since Rapp named Spacey (Rapp had previously discussed the incident), multiple men have revealed their "me too" stories.

Morrissey has condemned the decision to re-cast Kevin Spacey in a film following allegations of sexual misconduct. He was wondering where the boy's parents were.

He added: 'I have never been in situations like these in my youth. If you're in somebody's bedroom, you need to be aware of where that could lead. That's why it doesn't sound very credible to me.

MORRISSEY has said it is "ridiculous" that Kevin Spacey has been replaced in a film after allegations of sexual misconduct and claimed the actor has been "needlessly attacked".

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Morrissey made it clear that he condemns sexual abuse in any form.

On Thursday, his former employers at London's Old Vic Theatre said their investigation had turned up 20 accounts of alleged inappropriate behavior. Weinstein + Spacey unfairly attacked?

"People know exactly what's going on", he reportedly said when asked about Weinstein, "and they play along".

According to a report by The Guardian, the disgraced director had a hit list of 91 people in Hollywood for his investigators to target in the event that any of them were to out him as the sexual deviant he is.

As for the many actresses who were invited to Harvey Weinstein's hotel room over the years and been sexually harassed, Morrissey thinks it's more a case of the women "playing along" and regretting it later on because "they feel embarrassed or disliked". I hate attacks. I hate sexual situations that are forced on someone. "But in quite a few cases, you look at the situation and think that the people being described as victims are simply disappointed". Throughout the history of music and rock "n" roll there have been musicians who slept with their groupies. If you go through the history, nearly everyone is guilty of sleeping with minors. And then they turn it around and say, ‘Ive been attacked, Ive been surprised, I was dragged into the room.