Judge Grants Motion to Preserve Electronic Communication in Spacey Trial

A motion by Kevin Spacey’s lawyer to save cellphone communication between the person who has accused the actor of sexually assaulting him in 2016 and others who may be involved in the case was granted by a Nantucket District Court judge on Monday.

The communication period in question is from July 6, 2016 to December 31, 2017.

Judge Thomas Barrett informed Spacey attorney Alan Jackson he would issue written statements on Jackson’s requests by April 4th. Jackson wants all electronic communications between the alleged victim, his family, girlfriend, and civil attorney Mitchell Garabedian to be preserved as evidence in the case.

Spacey has been charged with sexually assaulting the 18 year old son of a former Boston TV news anchor at the bar of The Club Car restaurant in July 2016. The teenager worked as a busboy at the restaurant at the time of the alleged incident.

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