The star of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Terry Crews, one of the only male voices in the #MeToo movement to come out with a story of sexual harassment and assault, has settled a civil lawsuit with the former agent who supposedly groped him at a party in 2016.
The agency in question, William Morris Endeavor, is supposedly in the process of releasing Vinet, who is leaving on his own accord. A spokesperson for the organization said that all of the relevant parties have came to an agreement, and the issue can now come to a close.
The rep added that it would be dismissed. Following the reports that Adam was leaving the agency, Terry tweeted, “Accountability,” in all capital letters. Venit, who was not the agent of Crews, claimed that the allegations were untrue, in the sense that they were not sexual in nature, and he didn’t cause any harm either.
The Associated Press reported that Adam claimed he was merely joking around with Terry and didn’t realize that his actions had inflicted so much harm on him.
— terrycrews (@terrycrews) September 6, 2018
Formerly, Adam’s clients included all-stars in Hollywood like Adam Sandler, Sylvester Stallone, Dustin Hoffman, M. Night Shyamalan, Eddie Murphy, and Vince Vaughn.
Back in October of last year, Terry first came out publicly with his charges on Twitter, following the allegations against Harvey Weinstein which shocked the world.
The actor, additionally, filed a criminal and civil lawsuit. Now, Terry continues his fight for the #MeToo battle, claiming that people who are predators need to be brought to justice.
Recently, the #MeToo movement took a blow when one of its primary leaders, Asia Argento, was accused of sexually assaulting a teenage boy when he was just 17-years-old. Moreover, Asia, through Anthony Bourdain, agreed to pay him $380,000 for his silence, in the wake of the accusations involving Harvey, whom Argento was accusing of rape at that time.