November 23, 2021 05:26 GMT
Spacey’s lawyers argued that the actor’s actions were not a material factor in the show’s losses.
Actor Kevin Spacey will have to pay more than $30 million to studio MRC for the American TV series ‘House of Cards’. Losses due to termination of your account due to sexual harassment, according to resolution Arbitration confirmed on Monday.
The decision was announced after the submission of the MRC Documents In Los Angeles Superior Court to confirm the ruling, which was decided in October 2020, after a legal battle that lasted more than three years and an eight-day evidentiary hearing.
The document submitted to the court notes that mediators considered that Spacey, 62, You violated your contract requirements for professional conduct by “engaging in specific behavior in relation to several team members in each of the five seasons in which he starred and produced House of Cards.”
MRC ended its professional relationship with the actor in 2017, after various people accused him of sexual misconduct. In addition, they had to halt production on the series’ sixth season, rewrite it to eliminate Spacey’s character, and cut it short from 13 to eight episodes to meet deadlines, which It caused losses estimated at tens of millionsAccording to the document.
For their part, Spacey’s lawyers argued that the actor’s actions were not a material factor in the show’s losses.
Spacey’s original accuser, actor Anthony Rapp, known for his work on Broadway and starring in the ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ series, She said That Spacey tried to seduce him when he was 14 at a party in the ’80s.
The Oscar-winning actor’s career came to an abrupt halt in late 2017 when the #MeToo movement gained momentum.