Hollywood seems to be rampant with sexual predators, but only in the past few months have these monsters been publicly outed and toppled from their positions of power. Sexual abuse will not be tolerated any longer, and celebrity victims are not only speaking out, but they are on a quest for justice.
Terry Crews was one of the first celebrities to speak out in the Hollywood sexual abuse scandal. He revealed that he had been groped at a party by an unnamed executive, and wanted to share his story in hopes of helping to end sexual harassment in Hollywood for good.
Crews has since named his abuser, who turned out to be Hollywood agent Adam Venit with the William Morris Endeavour Entertainment agency, and has filed an official police report. Now, Crews is revealing more information about the assault and is suing both Venit and the WME agency.
While Venit is not Crews’ agent, he has represented a slew of Hollywood power players, including Casey Affleck, Brett Ratner, and Dustin Hoffman, all of whom have been accused of sexual assault themselves.