Actor Kevin Spacey was pulled over for speeding near Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport hours after appearing in court on Jan. 7, In Touch can confirm. The former House of Cards star was  joined by his attorney, Alan Jackson, who was in the passenger’s seat at the time.

“He was given a verbal warning, told to slow down, he complied and continued on his way and left the airport property,” Kevin’s spokesperson revealed, after the actor was seen chatting with two officers while sitting in a black Suburban Ford. Watch the video below to learn more details about Kevin’s court hearing, and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

Earlier that day, the disgraced star, 59, appeared before a Massachusetts judge for the latest hearing in his sexual assault case. He’s currently facing a charge of indecent assault and battery for allegedly groping an 18-year-old man on Nantucket Island, now 20, back in 2016. According to reports, Kevin did not enter a plea at the hearing, and because of that, a not guilty plea was automatically entered on his behalf in accordance with Massachusetts law.

Kevin’s legal team reportedly filed a request to have his appearance in court waved, because “his presence will amplify the negative publicity already generated in connection with this case.” However, the judge rejected his request and made his presence mandatory. After appearing in court on Jan. 7, Kevin was ordered to stay away from the alleged victim and the accuser’s family.

Radar reports that Kevin’s brother Randy Fowler slammed the actor following the hearing. “This young man has only lived in silence for a year but the torturous emotions that this kid had to go through at the expense of my brother – this is just the beginning,” Randy allegedly said about the assault accusations. “My brother has been living this secret life for 40 years.” The next hearing in the case has been set for March 4, however Kevin will not be required to appear in court.

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