Finally, Actor Terry Crews Reports His Sexual Assault to the Police

E! News reports that Terry Crews filed a report with the Los Angeles Police Department regarding his alleged sexual assault on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017.

A spokesperson for Crews confirmed to People magazine that the actor met with officers at the LAPD Hollywood station regarding the incident.

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

The Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor was seen coming out of an LAPD facility, where he explained that he plans on filing both a civil lawsuit and criminal charges against the executive who molested him.

Crews came forward with the allegations amid growing accusations against former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

In his story on Twitter, Crews described his initial shock to the alleged groping, and why he made a decision to stay quiet about it. Crews wrote on his Twitter account he was at a function with his wife when the Hollywood executive came over and allegedly grabbed his "privates" and the alleged abuser then "grinned like a j-k" when Crews questioned what he was doing.

"I thought twice about how the whole thing would appear: "240 lbs". "Why? Because this kind of thing happened to ME".

Terry Crews, at the SiriusXM studios in September, said on Twitter that he was groped by a Hollywood executive.

The suspect of the sexual assault report is believed to be WME agent Adam Venit. "I let it go".

Crews went on to state that he did not take action at the time out of fear of being "ostracized", reasoning it was "par (for) the course when the predator has power (and) influence". "(Yes) R you prepared 2b ostracized?(No)".

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