'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Star Terry Crews Files Police Report On Sexual Assault

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Early last month, Brooklyn Nine Nine actor Terry Crews shared his own experience of sexual assault in Hollywood and now the actor has doubled down and filed a police report with the LAPD. He also told the outlet he plans to file a lawsuit against the unnamed perpetrator. He cited the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault and harassment scandal as his motivation for coming forward.

"This whole thing with Harvey Weinstein is giving me PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). Why?"

Following a reveal that a Hollywood executive groped his privates previous year, actor Terry Crews has reportedly filed a police report about the incident. "Jumping back I said 'What are you doing?' My wife saw everything and we looked at him like he was insane". Because this kind of thing happened to ME. My wife saw everything n we looked at him like he was insane.

Crews tweeted that he talked to everyone he knew about the incident, and the exec even called him the day after to apologize, but "never really explained why he did what he did".

He had wanted to punch the guy out, he said, but made a decision to let things be.

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Crews alleges that the incident occurred previous year at a party and that the suspect "groped" his privates in front of his wife. '"240 lbs. Black Man stomps out Hollywood Honcho" would be the headline the next day.

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Instead, Crews said he let it go and left the event. And I understand why many women who this happens to let it go", he wrote before continuing, "Who's going 2 believe you? (Yes) R you prepared 2b ostracized?

The man mountain added the ordeal meant he could "empathise with those who have remained silent" and he hoped him going public would "deter a predator".