Kevin Spacey in New York City on June 11, 2017 (Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

The award-winning actor and alleged child molester Kevin Spacey has now been accused of racism by the owner of an all-black security company who provided security on the set of the series House of Cards. (To be clear, when we call Spacey “award-winning,” we are referring to his 2000 best actor Oscar for American Beauty. We are not aware of any awards he may have won for his alleged molesting.)

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According to the Daily Mail, Earl Blue, who was hired by the production company that produced House of Cards, has come forward to say that Spacey was “a very racist man.” Blue’s VIP Protective Services managed security for the first season of the hit Netflix show and says that Spacey refused to shake the hands of the black personnel and once told his personal security manager, “I don’t want niggers watching my trailer.”

When Blue complained to set managers, he says he was told of Spacey, “That’s just the way he is; we’ve got to keep him happy.”

Eric Lyles, one of the more than 40 security staff employed by VIP Protective Services, corroborated Blue’s story, saying that Spacey refused to touch him or even acknowledge his presence.

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Blue says that despite every executive telling him that the company did a great job as set security, his contract was not renewed for the next season. He says he was told by a production manager that Spacey said “he didn’t want niggers on his set anymore.”

A former employee of Knight Takes King, the production company, told the Daily Mail that he had no recollection of any of the events Blue described, but added that Spacey was “a real asshole” and could get “temperamental,” adding that the reason Blue’s contract was terminated was never explained, but that he knew that Spacey wanted the company fired.

House of Cards was canceled after actor Anthony Rapp accused Spacey of sexually assaulting him when Rapp was 14 years old. Spacey responded to the accusations by saying that he didn’t remember the incident, but ... basically adding something to the effect of, “Oh, by the way, y’all, maybe this is a good time to mention that I’m gay!”

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Since Rapp told his story, more than a dozen other people have stepped forward to accuse Spacey of sexually inappropriate behavior ranging from indecent exposure to attempted rape.

Spacey has yet to be awarded for any of these incidents, but in a statement from the fiery depths of hell, Satan said: “Don’t worry. I got this.”