Terry Crews Sues Agent Adam Venit For Sexual Assault

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And according to TMZ, the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star has now made a decision to sue Adam, who he alleges grabbed him by the genitals at a Hollywood party past year.

Reports state that Crews has now filed a sexual assault lawsuit against Venit.

Terry Crews filed a lawsuit against Adam Venit, who he claims grabbed his genitals at a party past year. The actor is taking his allegations against Adam Venit to court. Crews has already filed a police report and police say the investigation is ongoing.

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There are no more specific details about the lawsuit, but we'll continue to keep you updated.

According to Variety, the lawsuit repeats the claim that Venit groped Crews' genitals and stuck his tongue out in a provocative fashion.

Crews says on his way home from the event Adam Sandler called and asked if he was ok, and Crews responded that he was surprised he got molested at age 48.

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In early November, Venit was accused by Crews of groping him at a party past year, during an interview with "Good Morning America".

The next day, Crews called his agent at William Morris Endeavor-which happens to be the same agency that employs Venit-to tell him what happened.

Crews claims to have reported the alleged incident to his agent at the time, WME's Brad Slater, as well as WME chairman Ari Emanuel, who alleged apologised to Crews. Venit was demoted, and no longer holds his former title as head of the motion picture department at WME, but remains an agent at the company representing A-list clients.

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