LONDON (NEWSnet/AP) —  Actor Kevin Spacey has denied new allegations of inappropriate behavior by men involved in a documentary that is due for release next week.

The documentary “Spacey Unmasked” is scheduled to air May 6-7 on Channel 4 in Britain and streamed on Max in the U.S.

The documentary is said to feature testimony from men regarding events 1976 to 2013, the actor revealed during the interview.

In an interview with journalist Dan Wootton, Spacey said he never has done anything illegal and said he has struggled to returned to work after being acquitted of criminal charges.

“I can’t go through this again, allowing myself to be baselessly attacked without defending myself," he said in the interview, titled “Kevin Spacey: Right Of Reply,” which aired late Friday on Wootton’s YouTube channel.

In July 2023, a London jury acquitted Spacey on sexual assault charges stemming from allegations by four men, spanning 20 years. In 2022, he was found not liable in a lawsuit filed by actor Anthony Rapp.

The actor also claimed on X that he had “repeatedly requested” that Channel 4 give him more than seven days to respond to the allegations made about him in the documentary.

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