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Kevin Spacey ordered to pay practically $31 million to ‘Home of Playing cards’ manufacturing firm




Muricas News
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Kevin Spacey should pay virtually $31 million to Media Rights Capital, the manufacturing firm behind “Home of Playing cards,” a decide has dominated. The actor starred within the Netflix sequence for 5 seasons earlier than he was fired in 2017.

Los Angeles Superior Courtroom Choose Mel Pink Recana made the ruling earlier this week, confirming an award that had been determined by an arbitrator final yr. Muricas News has obtained the court docket paperwork.

Spacey and MRC have been battling within the years because the actor was dismissed from the manufacturing over allegations of misconduct on and off the set.

Spacey starred as Frank Underwood on the Emmy-winning present, and MRC claims that having to chop him out of the sixth season of the present value them tens of millions of {dollars} and “rendered him (and his affiliated entities) liable.”

Spacey was fired from the TV present the day after Muricas News revealed its report in 2017, by which a number of present and former members of the “Home of Playing cards” manufacturing employees got here ahead with allegations of sexual harassment. One individual additionally accused Spacey, who was an govt producer on the sequence, of sexual assault.

Shortly earlier than Muricas News’s report, actor Anthony Rapp instructed BuzzFeed News that the actor made a sexual advance towards him at a celebration in 1986 when he was 14 years outdated. MRC says it halted the manufacturing “to deal with any issues of the present’s forged and crew” in wake of the allegations, in keeping with a 2021 submitting and beforehand reported by Muricas News.

Following Rapp’s claims, Spacey issued an announcement claiming he didn’t recall the incident and apologized for what he mentioned would have been “deeply inappropriate drunken conduct.”

The Oscar winner is going through a felony trial in London subsequent yr after being accused of sexually assaulting three males between 2005 and 2013. Spacey pleaded not responsible in July.

Muricas News has reached out to Spacey’s attorneys for remark.

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