Kevin Spacey's estranged brother called his sibling's strange Christmas Eve video the act of a "desperate man."
Randy Fowler told Inside Edition he thinks the video was an attempt by Spacey to try to convince his fan base and Netflix that he should return to "House of Cards."
"He thinks that he's gonna make a comeback," Fowler said. "... It's over."
Fowler added: "The man has no shame. He's begging for his job."
In the video, Spacey dons a Christmas-themed apron and talks directly to the camera, just like he did on the Netflix series, which he was written out of in 2017 following allegations of sexual assault and harassment.
The video was posted as Spacey was hit with a criminal charge for an alleged sexual assault.
The disgraced star is due in court next month to face the charge, which stems from the alleged sexual assault of a former TV anchor's 18-year-old son in a bar more than two years ago.
According to details from a criminal court complaint filing published in the Boston Globe, the teen's girlfriend "received a text from [her boyfriend] saying Spacey was hitting on him but [the girlfriend] didn't believe him."
The filing alleges she then "received a Snapchat video from [her boyfriend] showing Spacey touching the front of [the boyfriend's] pants."
Spacey's lawyers argued in court last week that the video in question merely shows someone's hand touching a different person's shirt.
Meanwhile, Spacey's whereabouts remain a mystery. He's apparently using his real name, Kevin Fowler, to travel incognito.
"Nobody knows where he is," said his brother. "He's jet-setting around."
Spacey's arraignment is scheduled for Jan. 7 in Massachusetts.