Kevin Spacey Interrupts Museum with Impromptu Poetry Reading

He read a poem that had been written about himself
Kevin Spacey Interrupts Museum with Impromptu Poetry Reading
Kevin Spacey was recently cleared of a sexual assault charge from an 18-year-old accuser, and while there have been numerous other allegations lodged against the actor, he celebrated his legal win in the weirdest way possible.

Appearing at the National Roman Museum on Friday, Spacey interrupted attendees to break into an impromptu poetry reading.

Standing beside a statue of a fighter, he read Gabriele Tinti's The Boxer. The poem was supposedly inspired by Spacey when it was written.

"They used me for their entertainment, fed on shoddy stuff. Life was over in a moment," the poem reads in part.

When the crowd around Spacey grew, he started the poem again.