New Spacey Accuser Warned He Was Not ‘Down With That Gay S**t’

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Another accuser has come forward with allegations against Kevin Spacey claiming the actor sexually assaulted him and then offered him money to play along.

Dominick DeLuca, a former MTV VJ and skateboard shop co-owner, came forward with his allegations against Spacey in an open letter posted to his Instagram account in which he detailed the disturbing 1997 encounter. DeLuca claims he was bent over looking for a hoodie for Spacey in his storeroom in Los Angeles when the actor allegedly made his move, Page Six reports.

“You came behind me and pulled my long hair and slammed your pelvis into my bent over body,” DeLuca wrote.

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“You grabbed my ass, to which I said to you, ‘I ain’t down with that gay sh*t’ . . . you replied, ‘Everyone is gay for pay in LA at some point,'” DeLuca continued. “I was f**ked up by what you did for years but kept it inside . . . to the point I needed therapy and eventually antidepressants.”

DeLuca then warned that anybody can be a victim of sexual assault, which has become very clear over the past few months with what’s been happening around Hollywood.

“This doesn’t just happen to young kids or females. It can happen to the straightest of the straight, like myself,” DeLuca wrote, before addressing Spacey again. “I hope you can somehow try and understand all the pain you’ve given people and hope you can come to realize that you’re a predator, plain and simple.”

Spacey is reportedly seeking treatment at an exclusive sex addiction rehabilitation center in Arizona.