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TURIN, ITALY JUNE, 01: Kevin Spacey is seen sitting outside a cafe on June 1, 2021 in Turin, Italy. Kevin Spacey is in Turin to shoot a film called “The man who drew God” by Franco Nero. (Stefano Guidi/Getty Images)

After two years of behind-the-scenes legal battle, arbitration ruled that Kevin Spacey must pay $ 31 million to the makers of ‘House of cards’ for violating sexual harassment rules.
The verdict of the arbitration was filed by Mrc, the production company, in the Superior Court of Los Angeles.

Spacey, who played president Frank Underwood, was ousted from the popular Netflix series after allegations of predatory behavior towards young men. The allegations sparked an internal investigation that led to the actor being excluded from his role and from the production team.

In the arbitration it is also stated that Mrc has suffered damages due to Spacey’s conduct, including the need to stop the sixth season of ‘House of cards’, rewrite the script and shorten it from 13 to eight episodes to meet the deadlines of. programming

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