Kevin Spacey and his legal team are making some damning statements about the teenager he is accused of groping at a Nantucket bar and the boy's family in a handful of new motions.
The defense team for the disgraced actor submitted five motions to the court on Wednesday, requesting that the young man who said he was sexually assaulted by the actor be required to hand over the entire contents of his cloud along with all relevant passwords.
Spacey's team is also seeking all correspondence regarding the case that was sent by the civil attorney hired by the victim's family.
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Pay it forward: Lawyers for Kevin Spacey (above at his arraignment in January) filed five motions that totaled over 70 pages in his upcoming sexual assault case in Nantucket
All the money in the world: One motion demands information on the civil lawyer hired by Spacey's accuser and his family (the accuser's mother Heather Unruh at a new conference announcing the allegations in 2017), with the defense arguing this is all a ploy for money
House of scarred: The accuser and his family 'have a significant financial motive to fabricate the instant allegations' writer Spacey's attorney (the scene of the alleged incident)
That section of the 70-plus pages of court filings states that Mitchell Garabedian was hired to pursue a lawsuit for the family, and accuses the teen of using the criminal case to try and confirm his 'lies.'
Alan Jackson, the Los Angeles lawyer that is representing Spacey stated that the boy and his family 'have a significant financial motive to fabricate the instant allegations.'
Garabedian is being asked to hand over all correspondence between himself and then other lawyers at his firm with the district attorney's office.
Jackson also asked that judge that a copy of the contract with the victim's family and and the date, time and length of all appointments between the family and the law firm be turned over as well.
There is also concerns about an an investigation Garabedian did into the claims, with the defense expressing concern that they have not seen these reports.
Garabedian had stated that he turned his findings into law enforcement, and now the defense wants to make certain that detectives independently investigated all his findings.
This is nothing new for Garabedian, who was a key attorney for victims of the Catholic Church who sued the diocese.
That case was later made into the Oscar-winning film Spotlight, in which Garabedian was played by Stanley Tucci.
The judge will likely rule on these motions Monday when the lawyers are back in court sans Spacey, who was told he did not need to appear in person for that preliminary hearing while previously on the island in January for his formal indictment.
The filing also makes it clear that Spacey and his lawyers are looking to do a very deep dive into the accuser's personal accounts and phones.
As was already stated in earlier filings, Spacey and his team want access to every text the young man sent for the months before and after the dates of the alleged incident.
'Text messages consistent with statements provided to law enforcement are likely to reveal that [redacted] joked about the incident with friends for months after the incident and that his mother is the driving force behind these allegation,' states the court filing.
The defense also wants the credit card receipts for everyone who was at the bar that night so that they may try and contact potential witness.
That move comes two weeks after the best witness Spacey had passed away.
Joe Pantorno, the owner of The Club Car who sold the restaurant and bar shortly after the alleged incident, died at the age of 68 in