Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey has been acquitted of all charges after a four-week trial in London on claims of sexual assault. The 64-year-old Hollywood star was found not guilty of seven counts of sexual assault and two counts of other serious sexual offenses, which were alleged to have taken place between 2004 and 2013 during his time as artistic director at the Old Vic theater. Spacey expressed his gratitude to the jury for carefully examining the evidence and stated he was “humbled” by the outcome. The actor, known for his roles in “The Usual Suspects” and “American Beauty,” returned to acting after his departure from “House of Cards” in 2017 due to misconduct allegations. Throughout the trial, Spacey denied the accusations, and all four complainants stood by their testimonies.