Frank Langella is speaking out against his firing from Netflix’s “The Fall of the House of Usher.”

In a piece published by Deadline, Langella got candid about the allegations.

“On April 14 of this year, I was fired by Netflix for what they determined to be unacceptable behavior on set,” he explained.

He said the incident happened on March 25, when he was “performing a love scene with the actress playing my young wife.”

The actress alleged that he had touched her leg inappropriately, according to Langella.

He said that another allegation was calling someone “baby” or “honey.”

Another allegation said that he “told an off-color joke.”

Langella said that he worked on set for three months with only three weeks left to film.

Bruce Greenwood has been called in to refilm all of Langella’s scenes.