The world was stunned when Kevin Spacey not only admitted to sexually abusing a minor, but revealed that he identifies as a gay man.
Spacey was instantly vilified for his actions, and was dropped from House of Cards, All the Money in the World, and his talent agency.
Much of the controversy came from the way that Spacey seemed to excuse his behavior by announcing his sexual inclinations, which the LGTBQ community says falsely links homosexuality with child abuse.
However, that doesn't appear to be the end of the pain that the actor has wrought on the people around him.
In a dramatic tell-all memoir, his brother, Randy Fowler, divulges the explicit details of his family life. This includes the dozens of times he was raped by his father at the age of 14 (the same age as Anthony Rapp when he was molested by Spacey) and the many times his brother has slighted him over the years.
Fowler is Spacey's 62-year-old older brother, who works as a limo driver and celebrity impersonator. He wants to share his story with the world to bring himself closure from the abuse he suffered in his youth.
He outlines the many lies that Spacey told, including when he claimed stories of childhood trauma as his own.
"He stole my identity," Fowler says. He lists the time he burned down his sister's chicken coop, or when he broke the leg of a classmate in military school, both of which he received severe beatings for.
"He’s a liar. It’s because his life was uneventful he was coddled by my mother and ignored by my father," he explains. "It might seem like nit-picking but I suffered this and it made me who I am today and my brother has no right to claim any of this stuff is his - it’s beyond belief."
Fowler says that Spacey may try to hide his actions behind the so-called "troubled-past" that he experienced, but that there is no excuse for his actions.
"All my life I thought I had protected Kevin from my father and it turns out it’s all for nothing because he’s worse than my father," says Fowler.