Actor Terry Crews has reportedly filed a police report against a Hollywood executive just weeks after claiming that he was sexually assaulted at a party. Crews tweeted that he contemplated fighting the man, but "thought twice about how the whole thing would appear".
Crews added that he told everyone he knew and worked with about what happened to him.
Crews' decision to report his alleged assault comes weeks after he tweeted out that a "high level Hollywood executive" had groped him a year earlier, grabbing his gentials. My wife saw everything [and] we looked at him like he was insane. The name that Crews put on the police report is Adam Venit, who leads the motion picture group at William Morris Endeavor.
"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. Investigation into the claims is undergoing, after Venit had been identified as the alleged groper by Variety.
Because the alleged incident occurred previous year it is still within the statute of limitations in the state of California.
Venit does not represent Crews, but he does represent the likes of Eddie Murphy, Diane Keaton and Russell Brand.
Crews went on to say in his tweets last month he wanted to fight the man then and there, but decided against doing it, fearing how the media would portray the story and the possibility of going to jail.
He added that although he didn't go public with incident, he did speak out with those around him, and that the exec eventually called him to apologise, although gave explanation for why he did what he did. And I understand why many women who this happens to let it go, ' he wrote.