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Saturday, November 04, 2017

Netflix Fires Kevin Spacey From House of Cards Amidst Abuse Allegations

Netflix Inc has severed all ties on with Hollywood Oscar winning actor Kevin Spacey, one of its biggest stars and the lead in its popular drama "House of Cards," after a number of allegations of s3xual misconduct against him.He was fired on Friday.




Netflix will not be involved with any further production of House of Cards that includes Kevin Spacey,” a Netflix spokesperson said in a statement.


 “We will continue to work with MRC during this hiatus time to evaluate our path forward as it relates to the show. We have also decided we will not be moving forward with the release of the film Gore, which was in post-production, starring and produced by Kevin Spacey.

From Verge.com

*What a big disgrace!!!!!

11 comments:

  1. He should have known better, they did well, but i'm still sad.

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    1. So sad. I love House of Cards.

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  2. Please Nigerians should emulate this act and expose all those old bosses and employers that abuse girls sexually all in the name of giving them a job.

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    1. Nigerians would rather boo the victim and ash irrelevant questions

      " Watin you find go there"?
      " why did you chose to wear a tight gown?"😕

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  3. Fired ke? More like stopped production. There will be spin offs however, so some people's bread will still be buttered

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  4. Its a season of exposure of sexual wrongdoings. Even Westminster has not been spared.

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  5. As expected... Americans don't joke with such. Try it and your reputation is ruined for life.

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  6. The next news you might be reporting is suicide for this man cos it’s becoming too much on him now

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  7. I love Kevin Spacey. He is one of my bestest actor. But they should take it easy ooo. Hmmm all these talented actors, producers, and directors are being called out. Who go come remain for hollywood. The good side is it will serve as a lesson to upcoming molestors. No one is pulling the racism card thia time( as per Bill cosby)

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  8. Yes oh, most workplaces & employments r opportunity targets for abusers to use & victimize desperate people willing to have the job at all cost.
    Sexual harrassment, bullying & all sorts of crazy manipulations goes on in disguise of an employment!!!
    *Lesson learnt is start making back up plans immediately a job becomes risky like that. Either quit & move on....sharp sharp or gather incriminating evidences against abuse perpertrators & report it!!!
    But at the end of the day u must leave that work environment. Because it's an entrenched something & most workplace abusers do have fellow sympathizers & allies strongly attached & deeply rooted in that work place. Such abuse does not happen in a vaccum & many other people must know or be aware of it & yet choose to keep silent & cover it up.
    Trust no one!!!

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