Since Oct. 29, Kevin Spacey has been accused by more than a dozen men who say he sexually harassed, groped, assaulted or attempted to rape them in episodes going back decades. The fallout has been swift for the actor, with Netflix dumping him from his starring role on House of Cards.

The latest developments:

Kevin Spacey, seen here in 2016, has reportedly lost both his agent and publicist as a result of his sexual-harassment scandal.

Journalist Gay Talese says Spacey accuser should "suck it up"

Talese, a journalist who has written for The New York Times and Esquire, told Vanity Fair at the New York Public Library's annual Literary Lions Gala on Monday night that he would like to ask Kevin Spacey "how it feels to lose a lifetime of success and hard work all because of 10 minutes of indiscretion 10 years or more ago."

Talese continued, defending Spacey and apparently alluding to Anthony Rapp's allegations against the actor. "So, OK, it happened 10 years ago," he said. "Jesus, suck it up once in a while!”

Spacey is cut from Carol Burnett reunion show

CBS confirms to USA TODAY that "Kevin Spacey will not be included in the special" honoring the 50th anniversary of The Carol Burnett Show.

In October, Spacey had recorded a musical number with Burnett, Kristin Chenoweth and Bernadette Peters for the TV event, which will air Dec. 3.

Variety was first to report the news.

House of Cards staff detail Spacey's pattern of misconduct

A new Buzzfeed report published Monday alleges that Spacey had a reputation for sexual misconduct on the House of Cards set via interviews with several unnamed crew members, who claimed that the show's higher-ups were aware of his behavior.

"They knew about his behavior toward younger men specifically on set," a crew member said about the directors and producers. "They were all watching...and they see behavior on camera and off camera that was uncomfortable and unprofessional. Unprofessional for a set, to be honest."

The details in Buzzfeed's report echo last week's CNN story, in which several House of Cards employees described Spacey's predatory behavior on set, including one production assistant who accused him of sexual assault. 

Buzzfeed's story also implicates Beau Willimon, the House of Cards creator and producer, who previously tweeted that he "neither witnessed nor was aware of any inappropriate behavior on set or off" while working with Spacey. 

"I saw that Beau said he had no idea, which I know is completely false," a crew member told Buzzfeed. "They had production meetings about Spacey's flirtatious behavior toward crew and cast, and it never made it any further than that. It was like a joke."

In the wake of the Spacey allegations, Netflix has cut all ties with the actor, who had also starred in the streaming service's forthcoming Gore Vidal biopic Gore.

“Netflix will not be involved with any further production of House of Cards that includes Kevin Spacey," Netflix announced in a statement. "We will continue to work with (producer Media Rights Capital) during this hiatus time to evaluate our path forward as it relates to the show. 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."

Spacey's next movie, All the Money in the World, has also been impacted by the scandal. On Monday, Sony's TriStar announced that the movie will be pulled from an upcoming film festival, the American Film Institute's AFI Fest.

"All the Money in the World is a superb film and more than worthy of its place of honor in the AFI Fest," says the studio statement sent to USA TODAY by Tahra Grant, senior vice president of corporate communications at Sony Pictures. "But given the current allegations surrounding one of its actors and out of respect for those impacted, it would be inappropriate to celebrate at a gala at this difficult time. Accordingly, the film will be withdrawn."

Jason Isaacs calls co-star Anthony Rapp 'heroic'

In an interview with ITV Monday, actor Jason Isaacs praised his Star Trek: Discovery co-star Anthony Rapp for sharing his story of Spacey's sexual misconduct. Rapp, who was 14 at the time of the encounter, was the first Hollywood name to accuse Spacey of assault, which opened the floodgates for other accusers to come forward. 

“He’s a very lovely guy,” Isaacs, who plays Captain Lorca in the new Star Trek series, told ITV. “He did this thing by himself, but he did it for many other people. He had heard lots of rumors, he hoped that other stories would come out. There were a couple of days that they didn’t, and now they have, now there’s a whole flood of them and it’s just all power to him.”

“Speaking up against power takes a lot of guts," he added. "To be the first person to speak out is heroic.”

Contributing: Carly Mallenbaum