During a recent interview for the Drew and Mike Podcast, Fowler—who previously described his brother as an "empty vessel"—was asked if his latest comments were "suggesting" that Spacey himself was molested. "Yes, I am now suggesting that the facts do line up to that particular scenario because I have photos of him and my father together and they have that look on each other's faces, okay?" he said, as spotted by TMZ Tuesday.
Fowler then outlined what he has deemed the "key" to his suggestion. "My perception was it destroyed most of my adult life while I lived in turmoil and silence and shame," he said. "My brother, on the other hand, liked it and he liked it a lot, evidently. And what he ended up doing was going into acting, creating a lot of wealth, power, and influence and using that to lure his prey to satisfy his vice, which was his master. He would do anything to fill it and he got away with it for 40 years."
Later in the interview, Fowler directly compared the two: "I know exactly who Kevin Spacey is," he said. "He is my father, the creature." Hear more via the audio rip below.
In a 2017 interview with the Daily Mail, Fowler recalled their father's alleged alignment with Nazi ideology and theorized that Spacey turned to acting as a way of escaping their home life. "He had no feelings," Fowler said at the time.
The Daily Mail has since published what they say are excerpts from Spacey's recently filed motion in the Nantucket indecent assault and battery case. Spacey has argued that the accuser "did not object to the alleged touching, he did not ask [Spacey] to stop, and he did not remove himself from the situation." As previously reported, Spacey is accused of assaulting the then-18-year-old son of former Boston WCVB-TV anchor Heather Unruh at a bar in 2016.