Birds of a feather go to rehab together.
Kevin Spacey, the disgraced House of Cards actor who faces multiple accusations of sexual assault, has checked into The Meadows, an elite rehabilatation facility in the Arizona desert, reports the Daily Mail.
The rehab center, which can cost $36,000 per month, has treated celebrities like Tiger Woods and Selena Gomez. Harvey Weinstein, the producer whose string of alleged sexual assaults sparked a #MeToo movement in Hollywood, arrived at the treatment facility last week.
Spacey reportedly arrived at The Meadows late last week. The facility offers a program for men called "Gentle Path," which it calls "the nation’s premier inpatient treatment for sex addiction." Therapies offered include horseback riding, "expressive arts," meditation, yoga, and tai chi.
"In a safe and nurturing community composed of their peers, men are guided on their journey of recovery by examining the underlying causes of addiction and co-occurring disorders," the program's website states.
"The goal is for these individuals to gain the courage to face difficult issues, including grief and loss; heal from emotional trauma; and become accountable for their own feelings, behaviors, and recovery."
Last Wednesday, a representative said Spacey is "is taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment." The move follows an accusation from Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp, who claimed Spacey tried to "seduce" him at age 14.
In response, Spacey came out — an act that was criticized as a calculated "distraction" by gay actor George Takei and a dangerous conflation between homosexuality and pedophilia by other prominent LGBT figures.
Since Rapp's interview with BuzzFeed News, several accusers have come forward. One of the latest is Harry Dreyfuss, son of actor Richard Dreyfuss, who claimed Spacey groped him at age 18.