Terry Crews files sexual assault report with LAPD

Terry Crews files sexual assault report with LAPD

Actor and former football player Terry Crews has met with Los Angeles police after publicly alleging sexual assault, officials confirmed Wednesday.

Crews explained in a series of tweets in October that he had been groped by a Hollywood boss - in front of his wife - while at an event as recently as previous year, although he refused to name to exec.

"My wife saw everything and we looked at him like he was insane", the actor and former pro football player later wrote on Twitter.

In a lengthy thread, Crews, 49, claimed a high-powered honcho grabbed his crotch and afterward, "grinned like a jerk". He revealed that he contacted the man's colleagues the next day and received an apology but "decided not 2 take it further becuz I didn't want 2b ostracized - par 4 the course when the predator has power n influence".

As the alleged incident occurred a year ago, it falls within the statute of limitations and could, therefore, lead to a criminal investigation.

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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. Venit is on now on leave from the agency as it investigates the claims.

Crews has declined to name the man he claims assaulted him.

Instead, Crews said he let it go and left the event.

The report is thought to pertain to the allegation of sexual assault Crews tweeted about last month against a powerful male Hollywood executive. And I understand why many women who this happens to let it go, ' he wrote.

"Who's going 2 believe you?" he added.