The makers of the "House of Cards" political series fought a three-year battle with the show's former star over loss of profits. Spacey's career ended in 2017 over sexual misconduct allegations.
A US court ordered Kevin Spacey pay nearly $31 million (€27.5 million) to the producers of the "House of Cards" series for financial losses incurred after he was fired over allegations of sexual misconduct, court documents made public on Monday showed.
MRC, the company behind the popular political drama shown on Netflix, said an investgation found Spacey had "breached" its harrassment policy during the making of the show.
What did the show producers try to prove?
A Los Angeles court ruled on October 19 that Spacey had not complied with both his acting and executive producing contracts during the five-season show.