On the same day that Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey was charged with the indecent assault and battery of a teenage boy in 2016, he posted a bizarre video message. In the video Spacey channels his “House of Cards” character, Frank Underwood, as he asks viewers if they have missed him.

As noted by Cinema Blend, the formerly popular 59-year-old Hollywood actor dropped from the public eye after allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced against him. It’s been a year since that happened, but now Spacey is making his voice heard. The title of the video is "Let Me Be Frank," which obviously has a double meaning.

Actor Kevin Spacey and sexual assault allegations

Kevin Spacey’s problems began in 2017, when “Star Trek: Discovery” actor, Anthony Rapp accused the “House of Cards” actor of making a pass at him when he was a teenager. This led to many other people who had worked with Spacey at The Old Vic Theatre coming forward with similar stories.

When Rapp’s allegations came to light, Spacey headed to Twitter to say he honestly does not remember the encounter with the young actor but said if he did behave like that, he offers his sincerest apologies.

At the time he also came out openly about the fact that he is gay.

Due to the scandal, Spacey’s character, Frank Underwood, was written out of “House of Cards” by Netflix and the show's producers. He was supposed to be starring in the Film “All The Money In The World” but at the last minute, his scenes were reshot with another famous actor, Christopher Plummer.

Spacey was in court on Monday, facing allegations of indecent assault and battery against an 18-year-old busboy in 2016. Spacey will be arraigned at the Nantucket District Court on 7 January 2019 and is expected to face a felony charge for his actions.

‘Let Me Be Frank’ – Spacey channels ‘House of Cards’ character

As reported by PBS, on the same day as his court case, Spacey uploaded the video on Facebook and YouTube, titled “Let Me Be Frank.” Addressing viewers as Frank Underwood, he accuses his audience of rushing to judgment over the allegations against him.

While at times it sounds like Spacey is confessing to his crimes, it sounds like he is addressing the public, asking them to give him the benefit of the doubt. He also hints at a return of his character, Frank Underwood in “House Of Cards,” telling viewers that they hadn’t actually seen him die. While it is unlikely he will be back on the Netflix show, he did ask his fans whether they miss him. Spacey went on to say “we’re not done,” despite what people say, adding that he knows what viewers want, that they want him back on the show.

Watch the bizarre video below, which has so far received more than six million views on YouTube since it was posted two days ago.