The Amnesia Defense Isn’t an Apology — Four Ways Celebrities Fuck Up “I’m Sorry”

As Claire Underwood’s presidency ends I can’t help but think of how many industry veterans have lost their jobs because of someone else’s sexual misconduct. “The long shadow” cast by Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood, even deceased, seems inescapable. And the casualties of some celebrities’ deviance, criminal or otherwise, seems unfair.



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