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This Restaurant Just Erased Kevin Spacey From Its History

Here's how Catch L.A. responded to multiple allegations of sexual misconduct against the actor.

By Tamara Palmer
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Just as the #MeToo movement was taking hold in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Kevin Spacey was swiftly removed from his hit series House of Cards following allegations of sexual misconduct. Now, he's been removed from a mural at a popular restaurant, too. A prominent design feature at uber-buzzy celeb-hotspot Catch LA in Los Angeles is a large mural depicting an array of celebrities — a popular backdrop, as you might imagine, for diners to pose in front of and share to social media. Well, TMZ just noticed that the controversial actor is no longer part of the scene.

Not only was he removed from the mural, but he was replaced in it entirely, so that it now appears he was never there. Clive Davis, the famed music business executive who worked with Whitney Houston, now appears in his place on the mural.

More than 20 people have stated that they have been allegedly victimized by the actor, including Anthony Rapp, who alleges that the misconduct took place when Anthony was just 14 years old. Two cases are currently under review by the Los Angeles Police Department. No criminal charges have been filed.

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