The past month in Terry Crews’ world has been exciting, but for all the wrong reasons. As you may know, following the sexual misconduct claims against Harvey Weinstein, Crews came out with a story about an agent – Adam Vinet – who allegedly groped Terry while at a Hollywood event.
Terry’s actions resulted in the firing of Vinet from his position, as well as a cascade of social media support in favor of the Hollywood entertainer coming out with his story.
However, not everyone appears to be pleased with his victim-narrative, as RadarOnline allegedly intended to publish a “hit-report” on Terry as a way of punishing him for revealing the Vinet-incident.
Furthermore, Celebrity Insider reported yesterday that Russell Simmons sent a private email to Crews suggesting for the Longest Yard actor to forgive Vinet and ask for him to be reinstated.
Russell ended his mail with, “with love, anything is possible.” However, now, Terry claims he has been “targeted” by another source for something that “never happened.”
The star of Brooklyn Nine-Nine took to Twitter on Sunday to slam RadarOnline for trying to discredit his “confession” while on Good Morning America.
It never went 2 press because it was a lie.
This was not a coincidence. I told u they were coming 4 me. I also told you I am ready. pic.twitter.com/vqLAUknUiO
— terrycrews (@terrycrews) November 19, 2017
Terry alleged that RadarOnline intended to publish a story about him hiring two sex workers, one woman of African descent and another of European descent.
He posted the receipts for the conversation where they allegedly requested him to comment.
In the tweet which you can see above, Crews stands by his initial statement and will not bow to alleged corporate reputation demolition. He stated that “someone is coming for him” and he’s “ready to defend himself.” It appears as though Terry is ready for the worst and won’t quit.