Terry Crews Files Charges Against Hollywood Exec Who Groped Him

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Terry Crews confirmed Wednesday that he has filed a police report against the Hollywood executive he said groped him in 2016.

"Today Terry Crews met with officers from LAPD's Hollywood station", Officer Sal Ramirez, LAPD public information officer, told USA Today in a statement.

"People have to be held accountable", he tells a photographer of why he made a decision to file a report before adding he plans to file a lawsuit.

While Crews declined to name the man who had groped him, the man was later identified by The Hollywood Reporter as Adam Venit, a WME agent. Crews tweeted that he contemplated fighting the man, but "thought twice about how the whole thing would appear". Venit is on now on leave from the agency as it investigates the claims.

See Crews' tweets about the incident in the Twitter Moment below.

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Because the alleged incident occurred past year it is still within the statute of limitations in the state of California. While Crews has also been represented by William Morris Endeavor, Venit is not his agent, according to Fox News.

"That night and the next day I talked to everyone I knew that worked with him about what happened".

The actor's decision to take his assault to police comes one month after he first came forward with the story on Twitter shortly after the first sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein came to light.

Crews said he later received a phone call from Venit, who reportedly apologized, but the actor added he never found out "why he did what he did".

Instead, Crews said he let it go and left the event. (Yes) R you prepared 2b ostracized?