Kevin Spacey Accused of ‘Predatory’ Behavior While Working on ‘House of Cards’; Show’s Producer Confirms Past Incident

Nov 2, 2017  •  Post A Comment

New allegations of sexual improprieties by Kevin Spacey during production of the Netflix drama “House of Cards” surfaced today in a report by CNN.

Spacey made the show’s set “a ‘toxic’ work environment through a pattern of sexual harassment, eight people who currently work on the show or worked on it in the past tell CNN. One former employee told CNN that Spacey sexually assaulted him,” CNN reports.

“The former production assistant, whose account has never previously been disclosed, told CNN that Spacey sexually assaulted him during one of the show’s early seasons,” the report adds. “All eight people, each of whom spoke to CNN on the condition of anonymity for fear of professional repercussions for speaking out, described Spacey’s behavior as ‘predatory,’ saying it included nonconsensual touching and crude comments and targeted production staffers who were typically young and male.”

Production on season six of “House of Cards” has been shut down, with producer Media Rights Capital said to be investigating the allegations.

The company released a new statement today saying: “We are deeply troubled to learn about these new allegations that are being made to the press concerning Kevin Spacey’s interaction with members of the crew of ‘House of Cards.’ As the producer of the show, creating and maintaining a safe working environment for our cast and crew has always been our top priority.”

MRC also confirmed that an incident involving Spacey had taken place in 2012.

The statement adds: “We have consistently reinforced the importance of employees reporting any incident without fear of retaliation and we have investigated and taken appropriate actions following any complaints. For example, during our first year of production in 2012, someone on the crew shared a complaint about a specific remark and gesture made by Kevin Spacey. Immediate action was taken following our review of the situation and we are confident the issue was resolved promptly to the satisfaction of all involved. Mr. Spacey willingly participated in a training process and since that time MRC has not been made aware of any other complaints involving Mr. Spacey.”


  1. Strange… it’s ok to portray sick, predatory, and promiscuous sex on a show, but not ok to do that in real life. Who knew that art imitates life and literally in much of Hollywood?

  2. You’re right, in fact, there should be a rule that you can’t show anything on TV that isn’t legal, moral, and completely wholesome! That sounds truly entertaining. And it will also prevent our poor, mindless children from imitating these crude acts in real life, because certainly they are developing their moral compasses by taking cues from characters on adult TV shows as opposed to taking them from their parents!

    (Ouch, my head hurts from rolling my eyes so hard.)

  3. If we followed those rules all of the news networks would have nothing to show; and no politician would ever be allowed on television.

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