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Netflix announces the end of ' House of Cards ' after its sixth season

The decision comes one day after Anthony Rapp accused Kevin Spacey, the protagonist of the series, of sexually assaulting him in 1986

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Netflix announces the end of ' House of Cards ' after its sixth season

Netflix announced on Monday end point of one of its best-known series, House of Cards. The fiction, starring Kevin Spacey, will end after his sixth season, as confirmed by company streaming to American portal BuzzFeed News. Although company has not explained motives that have led her to make this decision, news comes only one day after American actor Anthony Rapp, 46 years, accuse Spacey of sexually assaulting him in 1986. Rapp was n 14 years old and Spacey, 26.

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The specialized media TV Line, citing sources of Netflix, has secured this Monday that end of House of Cards was decided months ago and that cancellation of series has nothing to do with scandal surrounding Spacey. However, in a joint statement with Media Rights Capital, main producer of fiction, streaming company has acknowledged that it sees with concern Rapp's accusations. "We are deeply concerned about news last night about Kevin Spacey," Both companies have written. "In response to revelations, executives from both companies arrived in Baltimore this afternoon to meet with our cast to ensure that y continue to feel supported." As previously scheduled, Kevin Spacey is not working on set at this time, "y have added.

After incriminations made against him, Spacey has publicly acknowledged that he is homosexual and has said that he does not remember having behaved inappropriately with Rapp, but that, if so, he owes him " most sincere apology."

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