Terry Crews Files Police Report Against Hollywood Exec He Claims Groped Him

November 9, 2017 Updated: November 9, 2017

Actor Terry Crews filed a report with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) almost a month after he wrote on Twitter about being groped last year by a man at a party in Hollywood.

Crews said that after the accusations of sexual harassment against Harvey Weinstein began to pour in, he got “PTSD.”

At the time of the incident, Crews says he wanted to beat the man up, but decided against it.

Coming out of the LAPD Hollywood station, he was asked by a TMZ photographer why he filed the police report. “People have to be held accountable,” he said.


Crews also answered in the affirmative when asked if he is planning to file a lawsuit. “We’re going to go all the way,” he told TMZ.

When Crews was asked to name the perpetrator, he responded, “Nope, not right now.”

Reports have surfaced that that his assaulter was talent agent Adam Venit.

Citing unnamed sources close to Crews, Variety reported that Crews is planning to name Venit as the person who did it, although not in what time frame.

Venit is the head of the motion picture group at talent agency William Morris Endeavor (WME) and one of the company’s most senior agents, according to Deadline. Crews is a client of the agency.

The company’s website says they are the longest-running talent agency, having been founded in 1898.

Venit has been placed on leave following suspicions that he is indeed about to be named, several media report.

Crews filing a report with the LAPD comes shortly after Corey Feldman announced he was going to file a report with the same agency against Hollywood “pedophiles” who abused him decades ago when he was a child actor.

From NTD