Kevin Spacey, Louis C.K., Danny Masterson and Netflix’s Disturbing Sexual-Assault Hypocrisy

Written By Amy Zimmerman


House of Cards met a unique fate. The series that ushered in Netflix’s golden age of content glut is ending because of a deluge of sexual-assault and harassment allegations against its star, Kevin Spacey. Netflix’s decision to call House of Cards after its upcoming sixth season was seen as a relatively swift response to the disturbing allegations—the cancellation was announced less than 24 hours after actor Anthony Rapp came forward.


But this show of decisiveness—not to mention moral fiber—struck a false chord. Reporter Yashar Ali, has reported extensively on the sexual-assault allegations against actor Danny Masterson. The streaming service took swift action against Kevin Spacey and to a lesser degree Louis C.K., but has refused to lift a finger when it comes to accused rapist Danny MastersonMORE


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