Attention: This article contains explicit language about sexual assault. 

Kevin SpaceyThe troubles with the law aren’t over.

On May 26, Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) announced that the House of Cards alum, 62, was charged with four counts of sexual assault against three men. 

The CPS press release stated that two of the sexual assaults against one individual were committed in London, March 2005. A third sexual assault alleged was committed in August 2008. That same person accused Spacey of making him “engage in penetrative sexual activity without consent,” per CPS.

A fourth sexual assault allegation occurred April 2013 in Gloucestershire. It is located about 100 miles from London. 

Rosemary AinslieThe head of CPS Special Crime Division stated in a statement that “The Crown Prosecution Service reminds everyone that Mr. Spacey is currently facing criminal charges and that he can have a fair trial.”