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Terry Crews Publishes Apology Letter From Agent He Accused of Groping Him

Sep 14, 2018  •  Post A Comment

Actor Terry Crews, known for his role on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” posted the letter of apology he received from former WME agent Adam Venit after Crews accused Venit of groping him at a Hollywood party in 2016. Crews filed a police report about the alleged incident last November.

Crews marked the occasion of Venit’s resignation from WME to announce that he accepted Venit’s apology, which Crews received back in March. Crews published the letter on his Twitter account.

Along with the letter, Crews posted a message reading “@WME‘s Adam Venit Full Apology Letter: Received: March 22nd, 2018. Accepted WITH HIS RESIGNATION:  September 10th, 2018. #Accountability”

Venit exits WME less than a year after he stepped down as head of the firm’s motion picture department as a result of the allegation from Crews.

In his letter, Venit stops short of admitting to groping Crews, but writes: “I take responsibility for us being here now, together in this situation. I am sorry for all of it.”

Here’s Venit’s letter to Crews …

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