UPDATE: 10/30/17 3:00pm est House of Cards is folding: The Netflix drama’s forthcoming sixth season will be the series’ last, TVLine has learned exclusively. Coming just over 12-hours after the Star Trek Discovery star first made public his allegations on October 29 of what happened at a party at Spacey’s NYC apartment back in the mid-1980s, the streaming service made the decision today sources tell us. Key cast and creatives were alerted this morning.
TV’s “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane appears to have been prescient about Kevin Spacey a dozen years ago – when his baby character was seen fleeing naked from the actor.
Spacey has been accused of making a sexual advance on a 14-year-old boy in 1986.
“Help! I’ve escaped from Kevin Spacey’s basement! Help me!” character Stewie Griffin, a toddler who’s voiced by MacFarlane, yells in a 2005 episode.
Twitter user Josh Jordan posted the clip from the animated series Monday.
“Family Guy with the Kevin Spacey reference twelve years ago… creepy,” Jordan wrote.
On Sunday, Spacey issued an apology on the social-media site – along with the announcement that he is gay – after actor Anthony Rapp, 46, accused him of making a sexual advance at him in 1986, when Rapp was 14 and Spacey was 26.
The 58-year-old “American Beauty” actor claimed that he has no recollection of the incident.
“I am sorry for the feelings he describes having carried with him all these years,” Spacey wrote in a statement on Twitter.
MacFarlane also was recognized recently for alluding to sex-abuse allegations against disgraced Hollywood honcho Harvey Weinstein back in 2013.
During his appearance at the Academy Awards that year, MacFarlane took a jab at Weinstein.
“Congratulations,” MacFarlane said alongside actress Emma Stone after announcing the nominees for Best Supporting Actress. “You five ladies no longer have to pretend you’re attracted to Harvey Weinstein.”
MacFarlane recently tweeted that a female colleague had confided in him about an alleged encounter with the pervy producer prior to 2013.
“Make no mistake, this came from a place of loathing and anger,” he wrote.