Posted by on May 4, 2021 8:34 pm
Originally From: Queerty

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A judge has ruled that the man who is suing actor Kevin Spacey for $40 million in federal court must give up his anonymity if he wishes to pursue the case.

Because the man has disclosed the alleged sexual abuse with other people in the years since it took place, U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan argued he cannot remain anonymous in court.

The lawsuit was filed under New York’s 2019 Child Victims Act, which allows people to bring a lawsuit regardless of when the childhood-related allegations took place.

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Known up until now as “C.D.”, the man will have to reveal his identity within 10 days if he wishes to proceed.

C.D. filed the suit along with Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp


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