There will be no criminal charges filed against William Morris Endeavor’s Adam Venit.
Terry Crews did a brave thing in October when he took to Twitter to describe a sexual assault he endured during a Hollywood party. He stood in solidarity with the many women in Hollywood who have endured the same type of abuse from the white men who hold the power in the industry.
As the year comes to a close, The Root takes a look back at those who took an L. We aren’t talking the kind of loss you feel sympathy for—or the kind of losses you point a finger and laugh at or shake your head in shame and secondhand embarrassment. Let’s review everyone—and everything—that caught an extreme loss in…
Actor Terry Crews has found a new talent agency to represent him after dropping William Morris Endeavor amid allegations that one of its employees, Adam Venit, sexually assaulted him at a Hollywood party last year.
Updated Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017, 4:50 p.m. EST: Shortly after publishing this, I tweeted that I personally believe Terry Crews should also sue William Morris Endeavor for turning a blind eye to Venit’s bullshit and not openly addressing it until Crews went public with his story.
Because no one cares about black people, not even when they say they have been sexually assaulted, WME exec Adam Venit was allowed to return to work Monday at the Beverly Hills entertainment agency after serving a one-month suspension related to allegations of sexual assault lodged against him by actor Terry Crews.
Terry Crews spoke in detail about the sexual assault he says he endured at the hands of Hollywood agent Adam Venit in an interview with Good Morning America’s Michael Strahan on Wednesday.
When actor Terry Crews revealed in a series of tweets Oct. 10 that he, too, had been the victim of a sexual predator in Hollywood, he never identified the “high level” executive he said groped his private parts at a party in full view of his wife. We now have a reported name for that high-level Hollywood executive:…