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The criminal groping case against Kevin Spacey, back in court here on Monday for a pretrial hearing Online Cigarettes Store USA on a missing cellphone believed critical to both sides, was thrown into confusion when the accuser suddenly pleaded his 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination.
That led Judge Thomas Barrett to immediately strike the accuser's testimony at Monday's hearing Newport Pleasure where he appeared for the first time in public. William Little, 21, and his family were ordered by Barrett to be there to testify about what happened to his cellphone, missing for months.
Spacey, facing a felony indecent assault charge, was not required to be there. After the accuser's testimony was struck, Spacey's legal team, led by Los Angeles defense attorney Alan Jackson, demanded the case against Spacey be dismissed immediately.
“This entire case is completely compromised," Jackson told the judge. "This case needs to be dismissed, Newport 100s Box and it needs to be dismissed today.”
The hearing concluded without a decision on whether the case would be dismissed. Barrett scheduled a status conference hearing for July 31.