Kevin Spacey to Pay Over $30 Million to ‘House of Cards’ Creators

A judge ruled that Kevin Spacey and its production companies must pay to the creators of “Card castle” nearly $31 million due to losses caused by his firing in 2017 for sexual harassment of team members. The decision of Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mel Red Recana, as reported by Ap, grants the force of law to the compensation of 30.9 dollars in favor of the MRC and other companies that produced the Netflix series by a private arbitrator who heard the case against Spacey.

Recana wrote that Spacey and his attorneys “they fail to prove that this is even a done deal” and “they fail to prove that the award of damages was so completely unreasonable which amounts to an arbitrary recasting of the parties’ contracts”. “We are satisfied with the court’s decision,” MRC lawyer Michael Kump said in an email. Spacey denied the allegations through his attorneys and spokesperson, who did not immediately respond to emails seeking comment.

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