Terminator Salvation/Thor Actor accuses Spielberg and others of “Hollywood Sickness”
Isaac Kappy is an actor and writer, known for Thor, Fanboys, and Terminator Salvation. In a rambling youtube video, actor Isaac Kappy accuses director Steven Spielberg and others of pedophilia. The video has since been deleted due to celebrities freaking out over possible exposure.
Isaac Kappy is an actor and writer, known for Thor, Fanboys, and Terminator Salvation. In a rambling youtube video, actor Isaac Kappy accuses director Steven Spielberg and others of pedophilia
“This is what’s sad about this. A lot of people are born into it,” he says, meaning a broad Hollywood pedophile culture. Kappy also says “Jimmy Saville is a rapist, Claire Bronfman is guilty of abuse.”
He accuses the Rothschilds of “cannibalism.” Kappy says that Mark Thompson, “who runs the New York Times, ran the BBC for years, and they let him run rampant for years.” He regards Pizzagate as having been proven and documented.
“The situation had to punch me in the face before I realized I was in the middle of some crazy f@cking shit,”
says Kappy, who does not appear to actually say he had inappropriate relations with Spielberg. He challenges the Director to sue him. “Let’s do discovery,” Kappy says.
Isaac Kappy is an actor and writer, known for Thor (2011), Fanboys (2009) and Terminator Salvation (2009). In Thor he played “Pet Store Clerk,” perhaps not the film’s most memorable role.
The allegations are not exactly new. Crispin Glover, who played Marty McFly’s father George McFly in “Back to the Future,” appears to accuse Spielberg of pedophilia in a lengthy 2013 essay. An excerpt:
“Does Steven Spielberg focus much of his fantasy life on young people? Did he portray children wallowing in sewers filled with fecal matter in Schindler’s List? Did he use children to finger paint an adult in Hook? Does he collect the illustrations of Norman Rockwell, such as the one showing a young boy in his underwear examined by a doctor?
Was Steven Spielberg very friendly with Michael Jackson?
Do Michael Jackson and Steven Spielberg share similar opinions about the sexuality of young boys?”
Spielberg is considered one of the founding pioneers of the New Hollywood era and one of the most popular directors and producers in film history. Allegations of sexual misconduct against him, if verifiable, would be explosive, and would make the Weinstein affair look small in comparison.
Whether or not any of the many allegations contained in the 48 minute video are true or not, one thing can be said for certain: Isaac Kappy will never work in this town again.