Terry Crews Fires WME After Sexual Assault Claim Against an Agent (Exclusive)

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The move comes a week after WME agent Adam Venit went on leave after he was identified as the 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star's alleged groper.

Terry Crews has left WME, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

The move comes after WME agent Adam Venit went on leave Friday after being identified as the “high-level Hollywood executive” who allegedly groped the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star at a party last year.

Venit was not on the team that represented Crews, a WME client.

On Oct. 10, Crews tweeted that he had been sexually assaulted by a Hollywood executive at a party last year. “My wife and I were at a Hollywood function last year and a high-level Hollywood executive came over to me and groped my privates,” he wrote.

The LAPD has opened an investigation into the incident after Crews filed a police report on Wednesday.

A source tells THR that Crews will go without an agency for the time being. He continues to be managed by 3 Arts.