Kevin Spacey Just Got Dropped — But Here's Why the Same Agency Banned Courtney Love

| NOV 3, 2017 | 5:45 PM

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The “House of Cards” is tumbling down for Academy Award-winning actor Kevin Spacey in the wake of sexual assault allegations made by fellow Broadway actor Anthony Rapp.

His Netflix show has been canceled, and several others who worked on set with him have come forward with additional damning information.

And things have gotten even worse. In addition to losing his publicist, Staci Wolfe, Creative Artists Agency, LLC (CAA) has announced it will no longer represent the embattled actor.

The Los Angeles Times reported:

A representative for CAA confirmed that the “House of Cards” star, who signed with the agency in 2009, is no longer a client. Publicist Staci Wolfe also confirmed Thursday evening that she and Polaris PR had split from Spacey.

This move represents a major shift for CAA, the same firm that Courtney Love alleged banned her after she spoke out about Harvey Weinstein in 2005:

When asked by Comedy Central reporter Natasha Leggero to give young women in Hollywood one piece of advice, Love said just this: “If Harvey Weinstein invites you to a private party at the Four Seasons, don't go.”