Actor Kevin Spacey, 62, who is accused of assault, has to pay more than 300 million Norwegian kroner in compensation.
A judge has ordered Kevin Spacey to pay nearly $31 million to MRC’s “House of Cards” production company for the alleged behind-the-scenes sexual assault of the Netflix White House drama. diverse.
The amount corresponds to about 302 million Norwegian kroner.
MRC, producer of House of Cards, cut ties with Spacey in 2017 over a series of sexual harassment allegations.
The organization launched an investigation after allegations surfaced that Spacey molested young men, including a production assistant who worked on the series.
The 62-year-old It has several roles After allegations of abuse began to surface in 2017, including from eight House of Cards employees. Spacey was fired from the main role before the final season.
Recently, it became known that the actor convicted of assault will not play in the film “1242 – Gateway to the West”. Originally, the 62-year-old had to play the main role in the historical drama. The Oscar-winning actor will be replaced by another actor.
Spacey is accused of four assaults on three men from 2005 to 2013. He himself has denied the charge. That trial is scheduled for June next year.
MRC’s attorney, Michael Coombe, says in a statement to People Magazine He and the production company are “satisfied with the court ruling.”
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