'Stranger Things' & 'IT' Star Finn Wolfhard Dumps Agent Accused of Sexual Assault

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"Stranger Things" star Finn Wolfhard (pictured second from right) fired his agent who was accused of sexual assault. Former actor Blaise Godbe Lipman, now 28, accused Grasham of plying him with alcohol and sexually assaulting him when he was a teenager.

On Friday, Grasham was sacked by the agency amid the allegations that he sexually assaulted and sexually harassed young men in the industry more than a decade ago.

That original post seems to have been removed or set to private, but Lipman later named Grasham in a follow-up Facebook post, spurred - incredibly - by Grasham himself.

Agency has kept this man employed, working with kid actors. He got me drunk, etc etc etc. "I find it incredibly hard to believe they do not know of his predatory behavior, using his position within the company to prey on naive kids".

Following Lipman's allegations, at least two other men spoke out about their experiences with Grasham.

APA released a statement that they are taking "these allegations extremely seriously and is investigating this matter".

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"In light of the allegations he (Boyce) felt it necessary to part ways with Tyler Grasham", Boyce's publicist told the Los Angeles Times.

Ozarowski's post included screenshots of Facebook Message conversations he had with Grasham.

"I didn't know who he was".

Wolfhard, in the meantime, has yet to sign with a new agency but multiple agencies are pursuing the actor after his breakout performance in "Stranger Things" and, more recently, 'IT'.

"Tyler Grasham's employment with APA has been terminated effective immediately", APA spokesperson Manfred Westphal said while speaking to The Wrap.

"I was young and desperately wanted acceptance within my industry", Lipman wrote.