Kevin Spacey faces more allegations of sexual harassment from three new accusers - a teenage barman, a Mexican actor and an unnamed British journalist.
The embattled 58-year-old actor apologized to Star Trek: Discovery star Anthony Rapp who accused Spacey of molesting him when he was just 14 years old.
The House of Cards star tweeted a half-apology to Rapp that seemed to link pedophiles with gay men. His apology angered the LGBT community which has strived for decades to distance homosexuality from child sex abuse.
Now three more men have come forward with their experiences with Spacey, WENN.com reports.
Barman Daniel Beal, who worked as a barman at the Goodwood Park Hotel in West Sussex, England, told Britain's The Sun newspaper that Spacey sat next to him on a bench during a break and exposed his genitals, saying: "It’s big isn’t it?"
Beal alleges that Spacey offered him a $6,600 wristwatch to "keep him quiet". Beal also claims Spacey would "touch his hand" each time he served him a drink, and also invited him to his hotel room to smoke marijuana.
It's not clear when the alleged incidents at the hotel took place.
Beal's claims come after Mexican actor Rob Cavazos took to Facebook to share his own "Kevin Spacey story".
Britain's Evening Standard newspaper also reports that an unnamed U.K. journalist has also come forward claiming that Spacey propositioned him in a toilet during the Edinburgh International Television Festival in 2013.