The 18-year-old who has accused Kevin Spacey of groping him in a Nantucket, Massachusetts bar in 2016, took Snapchat video of the alleged assault, Mass Live reports, citing the Massachusetts State Police investigative report.

The police report, which mentions the video, is included in the criminal complaint, according to the news site.

It was announced on Christmas Eve that the former House of Cards star is charged with a count of felony indecent assault and battery and will be arraigned January 7 in the Massachusetts court.

The teen, the son of former WCVB-TV news anchor Heather Unruh, told State Police that he captured Snapchat video of Spacey touching him on his phone as the alleged assault occurred, which he said continued for several minutes, and sent the video to his girlfriend to prove what had happened.

According to The Associated Press, Spacey’s lawyers said at a hearing last week the video shows someone’s hand touching another person’s shirt, but does not show anyone being groped and that there’s not enough evidence for their client to be charged.

On the same day news broke about the felony charge, Spacey released a bizarre video on his Youtube channel, delivering a monologue as his former House of Cards character Frank Underwood. “But you wouldn’t believe the worst without evidence, would you? You wouldn’t rush to judgements without facts, would you? Did you?” Spacey says in the video.