The Deuxmoi account, which specializes in celebrity gossip, has published a new version of Henry Cavill’s departure from the Witcher series. This time, the reason given was his disrespectful attitude towards women on the set, as well as his “toxic gaming” behavior.
Henry allegedly began to actively argue with writers and show runners and make uncoordinated changes to his scenes. The actor refused to do kissing scenes and did not agree to be filmed with a naked torso. He ignored the female crew and treated the ladies “toxically and disrespectfully”
However, the most epic part of the indictment was Cavill’s gambling addiction:.
His deep addiction to video games made working with Henry very difficult. He was distracted, he was late, he was obsessed with games. Many on the crew believe that his disrespect for women was caused by Cavill’s membership in the gaming community.
Video game bro-language is not how you should communicate with your coworkers.
Sources say Netflix gave the actor a final warning and asked him to behave more restrainedly. But Henry immediately sent out emails to the entire writing staff, saying that he had somehow “violated” the streaming giant’s requirements, and was fired.
This all looks more like some kind of deliberate sabotage on Cavill’s part.
It is worth noting that the Deuxmoi account does not give any facts, but its information is often true. In addition, Cavill’s accusations of using some “video game bro-language” echo those of former series writer Bo DeMayo, who claimed that his colleagues “actively disliked books and games about Geralt”.