(CNN)Production on the sixth and final season of "House of Cards" has been halted after star Kevin Spacey was accused of sexual assault by an actor who claims he was a minor at the time of the alleged incident. Spacey issued a statement late Sunday, claiming he did not recall the incident but apologized for what he said would have been "inappropriate drunken behavior.""But if I did behave then as he describes, I owe him the sincerest apology for
unanimously votedHarvey Weinsteinmore than 80 womenThe Producers Guild had already on Oct. 16, which took place a couple days after Weinstein was . This next step, taking place after Weinstein chose to resign his membership following the first vote, is the Producer Guild demonstrating how serious it is taking the accusations against Weinstein. In a statement, it pledged that: “Sexual harassment can no longer be tolerated in our industry or within the ranks of Producers Guild membership.” In light
House of Cards executive producer and actor Kevin Spacey allegedly sexually assaulted actor Anthony Rapp when he was 14, according to a story BuzzFeed News broke late Sunday night. And now Spacey’s apology has left LGBTQ activists livid—especially since he used the allegations as an opportunity to come out about his sexuality. According to BuzzFeed’s interview with Rapp, in 1986, Spacey allegedly invited the then-teen actor into his apartment for a party. After the night ended, Spacey reportedly hoisted Rapp onto his bed, rested on
On a 2005 episode of "Family Guy," Seth Macfarlane made a joke that seemingly referenced Spacey's sexual misconduct.Image: al selb/los angeles times via getty images/pete pavorich pool/getty imagesThe first person to technically break the Kevin Spacey sexual misconduct story was a 1-year-old animated boy named Stewie. In a 2005 episode of Family Guy, Stewie runs through a giant crowd crying, "Help! I've escaped from Kevin Spacey's basement! Help me!" As a diaper-wearing fictional child, Stewie doesn't have enough credibility
Booted for good.Image: WireImageHarvey Weinstein was banned for life by the Producers Guild of America after a new round of sexual assault allegations. Following weeks of accusations against Weinstein, and his subsequent expulsion from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Guild's National Board of Directors "voted unanimously" to begin the process of terminating Weinstein's membership. SEE ALSO: Another actress describes in horrific detail alleged rape committed by Harvey Weinstein Now, the Guild has issued a lifetime
In a statement on Sunday, Mr Langley confirmed he had left Coronation Street but denied any claims of wrongdoing.He said: "Sadly, I will no longer be working on Coronation Street. Acting on the show has been the fulfilment of a personal dream."I will make a further statement in due course, and when I am able to do so."The actor played Todd Grimshaw, the first openly gay character in the soap's 57-year history, after first joining the programme in 2001.