When disgraced actor Kevin Spacey was accused of sexual assault by more than a dozen men last year, he was blacklisted by the film industry and removed from his upcoming Hollywood roles. House of Cards also ended with an unsatisfying series finale last month and now, Kevin Spacey seems to be teasing that the show may not actually be over. Or could he be hinting at a spin-off series? Whatever he's discussing in this truly-bizarre video, the actor has got people talking.

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Spacey posted a video of himself portraying Frank Underwood, his character from House of Cards, to YouTube today. In the clip, he strangely makes reference to the legal drama he's faced, asking viewers if they would "rush to judgments without facts." He also says that he knows what people really want; they "want me back," he said. The three-minute-long video is titled "Let Me Be Frank" and it is performed with the actor in character the entire time. Before walking off set, Spacey asks "Miss me?" to conclude the odd display.

The video was published just before it was announced that Spacey is facing charges for the sexual assault of a teenager. He is set to appear in court on January 7. What do you make of the clip?