Kevin Spacey celebrated acquittal nursing a whiskey at private members club

Kevin Spacey found not guilty of nine charges

Oscar winning actor Kevin Spacey was spotted at a London hotspot as he celebrated being cleared of sexual assault charges. 

The Seven actor 64, was spotted drinking whiskey with friends at the Groucho Club, a popular private member’s spot in Soho, on Wednesday night. 

Spacey was also celebrating his birthday just hours after being found not guilty of sexually assaulting four men.

He appeared to be in higher spirits after breaking down in tears outside Southwark Crown Court earlier in the day.

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A source told Page Six that “he looked very proud” while he was “sitting at the entrance for everyone to see”.

While another source added that Spacey was surrounded by seven friends.

They said “he spent the evening nursing a whiskey” and everyone seemed in “good spirits”, although they mentioned that they “didn’t sing Happy Birthday”.

After the trial, Spacey thanked his friends for sticking by him outside the court. He paid a specific thanks to his long-time pal and manager Evan Lowenstein, who reportedly joined him at the Groucho.

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The House of Cards actor wore casual jumper and trousers. He reportedly left the club around midnight in the rain, shielding himself with an umbrella. 

In court on Wednesday, Spacey reportedly had tears rolling down his face as he was cleared of nine charges.

He later said he was “humbled” by the verdict.

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