Kevin Spacey is facing mounting sexual misconduct allegations but now the actor is being accused of using the N-word on set of “House of Cards.”
Earl Blue, head of VIP Protective Services in Hanover, Maryland, was hired by production company Knight Takes King Productions to provide security on set during filming of season one of the show in 2012.
Blue told the Daily Mail that Spacey was “a very racist man.” He says his initial meeting with Spacey was “awkward.”
“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,” Blue told the Daily Mail. “We are all standing there looking at each other like, ‘OK, that was awkward.'”
“He never spoke to my security guards, but he was talking to everyone else,” Blue added.
Blue says Spacey was suspicious of the black security guards assigned outside his trailer and checked to make sure the door was locked “at least a dozen times.”
Spacey was also reportedly unhappy with the uniforms and placement of the security guards.
“He started nit-picking about the uniforms, so we changed the uniforms. Then he would have his security come over and ask about a guard: ‘Why is that guard over there and not over here?'” Blue recalls.
Later, Blue told the Daily Mail he heard from a production manager that Spacey had announced over a speaker “he did not want n—ers on his set anymore.”
Spacey is now facing another sexual misconduct allegation from a third London man, according to TMZ. The incident is currently under investigation by Scotland Yard.