Actor Kevin Spacey will have to pay nearly US$31 million to Media Rights Capital (MRC), the producer behind “House of Cards”, as decided by a judge in the United States. Otor starred in a Netflix series for five seasons before being fired in 2017.
At the Los Angeles Superior Court judge, Mel Red Recana, made a decision this week, confirming a sentence that had been decided by an arbitrator not last year. A CNN get the documents from the court.
Spacey has been a producer at MRC for the last few years, ever since the actor was fired from production due to allegations of misconduct on and off set.
Kevin Spacey starred as Frank Underwood in an Emmy-winning show, and MRC claims it had to cut it from the sixth season of the million-dollar show and “held it (and its affiliated entities) accountable.”
Spacey was fired from the TV show one day after CNN He published his report in 2017, where several current and former members of the “House of Cards” production team presented allegations of sexual assault. A person also accused Spacey, as the executive producer of the series, of sexual assault.
Little before da reportagem da CNNActor Anthony Rapp told BuzzFeed News that he committed a sexual assault against him at a party in 1986, when he was 14 years old.
A MRC says that it interrupted production “to resolve any concerns of the cast and the team of the program” as well as the allegations, according to a document from 2021 and previously reported by the CNN.
In response to Rapp’s allegations, Spacey released a statement alleging that he did not mention the incident and apologized for saying it had been “profoundly inappropriate behavior.”
Source: CNN Espanol