A $40m (£28.8m) sexual assault lawsuit against Kevin Spacey will not go ahead unless his accuser reveals his identity, a judge ruled.
On Monday (3 May), US district judge Lewis A Kaplan ruled that CD, who is seeking more than $40m in damages from Spacey, cannot proceed anonymously in the court.
He also said that CD’s anonymity could prevent individuals with information that might support Spacey from knowing to come forward.
You can find more information and advice for people affected by sexual assault and abuse at Rape Crisis or you can call the National Domestic Violence Helpline on 0808 2000 247.
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