A Quincy woman who for years sent threats to actor Kevin Spacey should be sent to jail and should get mental health help, the actor said.
Spacey submitted a victim impact statement in the case of Linda Louise Culkin, according to the Herald.
The written statement was filed in federal court last week, according to the case docket.
"The level of concern, stress, emotional upset and disturbance to my daily life has been the cause of such enormous difficulty to myself and those whom the accused has also threatened and harassed, that it is difficult to measure the degree of terror this situation has caused," Spacey wrote.
Culkin will soon be sentenced after pleading guilty last year to making online and mailed threats to kill the actor.
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