The full cast of House of M has been fired over an incident where actor Matthew Fuller had a falling out with the producers over his “over-the-top” appearance.
Fuller told Entertainment Weekly that he was fired for using an offensive phrase and “inappropriate” jokes about women, which were “disrespectful.”
“It’s a little bit of a slap in the face,” Fuller said.
“The way they were treating me was so disrespectful and over-the top.
It was inappropriate.
It’s not just me, it’s the entire cast, it was all disrespectful.”
Fuller told EW that he had worked on the show since 2010, when he was a guest star.
“I’ve worked with a lot of great people on the house,” Fuller explained.
“But this was something that was completely inappropriate, and I was the only one that was being disrespectful.
And I’m not being respectful.”
The producers initially blamed Fuller for his outburst.
“When Matthew’s done something wrong, he apologizes,” the show’s head of production, Kevin Murphy, said in a statement.
“He understands that he made a mistake and apologizes.
He is also a big supporter of House and its fans.
This was a personal and professional matter.”
House of M, which airs Mondays at 9 p.m.
ET on CBS, has been a hit on social media.
A tweet from the show shows the cast and crew all standing together, as if to show that they are all united in their outrage.
“I’m so glad the house is finally doing the right thing.
I have so much respect for our showrunners and producers and am truly grateful for the time they have invested in bringing the show back to the fans,” Fuller wrote.