Kevin Spacey Dropped by CAA, Publicist Staci Wolfe

“House of Cards” star was CAA client for nearly a decade

Kevin Spacey has been dropped by his power talent agency CAA and publicist Staci Wolfe, an individual familiar with the changes told TheWrap.

The move comes after numerous accusations of sexual misconduct with minors were made against Spacey in the past week.

The actor’s successful Netflix series, “House of Cards,” has shut down  production as the streaming giant vets further harassment claims from members of the crew, TheWrap reported Thursday.

Hours before the news of his reps departing, New York Magazine published a damning interview with a 48-year-old former actor who said he had started having sex with Spacey when he was 14 — a sporadic relationship that continued until he was 15.

Spacey’s lawyer told New York Magazine that the star “absolutely denies the allegations.”

Prior to the New York magazine story, actor Anthony Rapp told BuzzFeed on Sunday that Spacey made a sexual advance on him in 1986, when Spacey was 26 and he was only 14.

A then-representative for Spacey announced Wednesday that the Oscar winner is now seeking “evaluation and treatment.”

The news of CAA and Wolfe  was first reported by Deadline Hollywood.