Though Netflix pulled the plug this week on House of Cards after actor Kevin Spacey admitted to sexual assault on a 14-year old, it appears that Spacey’s character Frank Underwood – a Machiavellian figure who wielded power by any means possible – may be a truer reflection of Spacey’s actual personality and behavior than many in the film industry would care to admit. Yesterday multiple cast and crew members of the now defunct Netflix series came forward to tell CNN that Spacey created a “toxic” atmosphere on set in which his aggressive sexual behavior was something, as one camera assistant said, “everybody saw” – but which few formally complained about for fear that their careers would end.
The accusation that Kevin Spacey attempted to sexually assault a child raises new questions about his foundation, which specifically targets children.
Oct 15, 2017 – Summer Zervos, who claims Trump groped her without consent, … Summer Zervos, a former contestant on “The Apprentice,” is suing President Donald Trump for … powerful men allowing them to sexually harass and assault women. ….. than the many charges of sexual predation he has been accused of.