The fallout in Hollywood continues.
Hollywood continues to unravel this weekend as new harassment developments come to light. Three new accusers have come forward against "House of Cards" star Kevin Spacey and Netflix has since cut ties with the actor.
Julianna Margulies has also spoken out about her own experiences with Harvey Weinstein and another Hollywood powerhouse.
Here's the latest:
New Spacey Allegations
Three more men have come forward to detail their alleged encounters with Kevin Spacey.
Justin Dawes, who was 16 at the time, recalled a night spent in Spacey's apartment under the pretense of watching a film. Instead, he said there was gay porn playing on the television when he and a friend arrived. Dawes recounted to Buzzfeed, "We all had a drink, and we were kind of like, 'Oh, no one else is coming?' And he's like, 'Oh, no one else decided to come,' and he never mentioned that this porn was playing. It was really awkward." After leaving, Dawes never saw Spacey again.
A twenty something journalist also told a story of being invited by Spacey to get drinks in London. "He just kept reaching between my legs and, you know, just grabbing my dick … I was starting to get annoyed by it, and that was pretty clear," the victim said, choosing to remain anonymous.
When the journalist -- who had interviewed Spacey earlier in the day -- got up to leave, he said "[Spacey] came out after me and literally stood between me and the door. This man was screaming in my face…screaming at me with fury because I didn't want to fuck him."
The journalist found himself conflicted on whether to tell his story or not. "I consider that a pretty important principle: You don't out people. But it tied my hands. If I were to publish a story about Kevin Spacey sexually harassing me on the job … there's no way without making it quite clear that he likes guys."
Lastly, while working as a military advisor on the set of "Outbreak," Mark Ebenhoch recalled being approached by Spacey's assistant. "They asked flat out to engage in a sexual act. It was enough to stun me," he said.
Ebenhoch, who was closeted at the time but now openly gay, feared others learning his own sexual orientation. "As a military adviser the last thing you'd want anyone to know is that you were gay," Ebenhoch said.
Netflix Cuts Ties
Earlier this week it was announced that the sixth season of "House of Cards" would be its last. But now Netflix has taken it a step further, saying Friday evening they're cutting ties with Spacey completely.
The streaming service released a statement saying, "Netflix will not be involved with any further production of House of Cards that includes Kevin Spacey. We will continue to work with MRC during this hiatus time to evaluate our path forward as it relates to the show."
Aside from "House of Cards," Netflix was set to release another Spacey project, "Gore," but that too is off the table. "We have also decided we will not be moving forward with the release of the film Gore, which was in post-production, starring and produced by Kevin Spacey," Netflix said.
The production company for "House of Cards," Media Rights Capital, also said they've suspended Spacey from the set.
"While we continue the ongoing investigation into the serious allegations concerning Kevin Spacey's behavior on the set of 'House of Cards,' he has been suspended, effective immediately. MRC, in partnership with Netflix, will continue to evaluate a creative path forward for the program during the hiatus," the statement read.
Julianna Margulies sat down with Jenny Hutt on her **** show "Just Jenny," to discuss his experiences of sexual harassment in Hollywood.
"The Good Wife" star recounted being persuaded to meet Steven Seagal in his hotel room. "I lived in Brooklyn, and I said, 'Oh, I don't do that. I don't travel. I don't have money for a cab.'" Margulies recalled.
After being convinced to go, she said Seagal was standing there, alone in his hotel room, with a gun when the then 23-year-old actress arrived.
"I got to the hotel around 10:40…he was alone and he made sure that I saw his gun, which I had never seen a gun in real life. I got out of there unscathed. I never was raped, and I never was harmed," she said. "I don't know how I got out of that hotel room."
She said she later refused to meet Harvey Weinstein in his hotel room alone because of that "horrific" experience.