Thursday, 23 November, 2017

Terry Crews Files Police Report Regarding Alleged Sexual Assault

Terry Crews reportedly files a police report over sexual assault "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" Actor Terry Crews Meets With Police After Making Sexual Assault Allegation
Theodore Harris | 10 November, 2017, 00:58

The LAPD confirmed to the Daily News that Crews met with officers from the department's Hollywood station, but could not confirm what the meeting entailed. Crews confirmed that he had filed a report and said, "People have to be held accountable".

Although the actor has yet to name the alleged groper, Variety, named Star agent Adam Venit, the head of talent agency William Morris Endeavor's motion picture group. He tweeted, "This whole thing with Harvey Weinstein is giving me PTSD. Why?"

The 49-year-old actor previously made the allegation against an unnamed "high-level" executive in the midst of the Hollywood sex scandal, claiming he'd been fondled at a star-studded event in 2016, and he has now taken his complaint to the police. Venit is on leave while WME investigates the incident.

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In case you missed it: After the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct drama broke the internet, Terry Crews narrated how a Hollywood power figure "groped his privates" at an event a year ago, and that his (Crews') wife, witnessed the shocking event. Crews has not publicly identified Venit, however, and Venit has not commented. "240 lbs. Black man stomps out Hollywood Honcho" would be the headline the next day. Crews wrote on his Twitter account he was at a function with his wife when the Hollywood executive came over and allegedly grabbed his "privates" and the alleged abuser then "grinned like a j-k" when Crews questioned what he was doing.

Crews tweeted that he talked to everyone he knew about the incident, and the exec even called him the day after to apologize, but "never really explained why he did what he did". Crews said he kept silent because he didn't want to be ostracized in Hollywood due to the executive's power and influence.

'I let it go.

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