A massive street mural painting in England of Kevin Spacey will soon be erased after sexual misconduct allegations arose against the House of Cards actor, the street artist announced Friday.
Street mural artist known as “Akse P19” wrote on Facebook that due to the recent allegations against Spacey accusing him of sexually assaulting and harassing underage boys, the street mural in Manchester will be painted over, the Huffington Post reported. The artist called it a “joint decision” with the wall owners.
The painting, part of the artist’s “Psychopaths Projects,” was originally crafted around three years ago. The company, Nurbhai & Co. Accountants, loved the addition to its outside wall at the time, writing on Facebook “We love it! We hope you do too!”
The decision to remove the mural comes after 20 men accused the disgraced actor of sexual misconduct at the Old Vic theatre in London, in a statement released by the theatre Thursday.
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