Kevin Spacey has lost his enticement for have a $31m (£25.5m) intervention grant to the makers of House of Cards upset.
In November, the Hollywood entertainer was requested to pay the aggregate to MCR following "dangerous" charges of sexual unfortunate behavior including youthful team individuals dealing with the creation.
Spacey had recorded to have the request upset, however his solicitation was denied by a US judge in Los Angeles on Thursday,
as per reports got by the PA Media news organization.
Judge Mel Red Recana composed that Spacey and his lawyers "neglect to show that this is even a nearby case" and "don't exhibit that the harms grant was so completely silly that it adds up to an erratic revamping of the gatherings' agreements".
"We are satisfied with the court's decision," MRC's lawyer, Michael Kump, said after the decision.
The first filings from MCR definite how Spacey was taken out from the hit Netflix show following charges he was "deliberately going after, physically irritating,
and grabbing young fellows that he had worked with all through his vocation in video form, TV, and theater projects".
The referee presumed that Spacey had more than once penetrated legally binding commitments to offer types of assistance "in an expert way" that were "steady with [MRC's] sensible headings,
practices and strategies" - including its enemy of badgering arrangements.