Published: Jeu, Novembre 02, 2017
Culture | By Renaud Astier

Netflix's House Of Cards Collapses

Netflix's House Of Cards Collapses

The allegations don't end there, either, as the past 24 hours have seen a whole host of people come forward with stories about the House of Cards star, and while his camp has been keeping mostly quiet since making that initial apology to Rapp, we imagine that Kevin Spacey will speak up sooner rather than later. That decision was apparently made months ago, and was not in response to the Spacey allegations.

But the streaming service issued a joint statement with producing partner Media Rights Capital saying they are "deeply troubled" by the report. "During the time I worked with Kevin Spacey on House of Cards, I neither witnessed nor was aware of any inappropriate behavior on set or off", Willimon said.

Would I watch a house of cards with just Claire Underwood?

The final episodes of the TV series, starring Spacey and Robin Wright as ruthless political operators in the United States government, will air in 2018.

Spacey has faced even more intense criticism from all corners of the LGBTQ community, who refuse to support his decision to use coming out as a way to "deflect attention" from Rapp's very serious allegations. At the same time, he said, "I could never imagine [that] anyone else I know would do something like that to a 14-year-old boy".

Actors, artists and organizations have been lambasting Spacey since his statement's release, and come to the defense of Rapp.

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"I am sorry to hear of Anthony Rapp's experience and subsequent suffering".

Amid the shocking revelation, the Oscar-winning actor responded to the claims by coming out and apologizing to his fellow Broadway star for the incident.

"House of Cards" is now shooting what will be the final season, and some have speculated that the show was ripe for cancellation regardless of the reports of Spacey's alleged 1986 conduct.

In light of all of these sexual harassment and assault allegations, is there anything that you think networks and production companies will start doing, perhaps through background checks?

There's also a couple other projects that Kevin Spacey has either completed or is about to complete.

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