Just when you thought the behind-the-scenes terror of House Of Cards had been put to rest like many of the White House staffers on the show, a new report is out saying Kevin Spacey had more asshole lines on his resume beyond just being an alleged predator. A security detail for the Netflix show claims Kevin said just as much racist shit as the real White House occupant!
The Daily Mail says the head of a security company hired to manage on-set security during the first season of the show has accused Kevin of racism. Earl Blue, the head of VIP Protective Services, claims Kevin refused to shake the hand of the black employees of his company. He claims the actor wouldn’t even acknowledge the workers and even went so far as saying, “I don’t want n—–s watching my trailer.” That’s funny that Kevin was acting haughty when apparently every guy in Hollywood was issuing memos that they didn’t want him watching THEIR trailers.
Earl tried to bring it up to set managers, and alleges that they meekly replied, “That’s just the way he is; we’ve got to keep him happy.” The producers were happy with the security work, but Kevin allegedly was not, because the company’s $1.1 million contract was not renewed. Earl broke the four-year silence to speak about the ordeal, which was backed up by one of his employees, because he says his business has lost millions and he fears about how many others suffered from discrimination. Apparently things were blatantly obvious at how discriminatory Kevin was when they met him on the first day of filming, per Earl:
“The locations manager wanted to introduce him to me and my supervisor for the company and then meet a police officer who was handling the police situation. So Spacey comes out of the trailer and the locations manager says, “Kevin, I just want to introduce you to the security team.” He introduced me, the supervisor, and the policeman by name. Kevin is standing right next to me. He looks me up and down, looks at my supervisor up and down, and reaches across us to shake the hand of the police officer and then walks away.”
When it came time for a contract renewal, Earl said they were lauded for their work, but a production manager claimed Kevin said in a meeting he “did not want n—–s on his set anymore.”
Netflix refused to comment and everyone else reached for comment either didn’t recall or admitted that Kevin was a real temperamental turd on set. Earl’s company has done work for Oprah’s movie on HBO and a Marvel movie, but he said work is few and far between. Chin up, Earl. Maybe everyone’s wishes will come true, and you can just do security work for President O in the real White House!