Terry Crews has no support from his cast mates in the wake of his sexual assault case.
Terry Crews is still battling his sexual assault case against WME talent agent, Adam Venit. Adam sexually assaulted Terry during a party at Adam Sandler's home in 2016 and although Terry agreed to undergo a mental health test, his case was dropped due to the statute of limitations. Adam Venit has denied the incident and claims that Terry couldn't win anyhow because he wasn't injured.
The latest news surrounding the assault comes from Terry's current project starring in The Expendables alongside Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Jet Li, Wesley Snipes, Harrison Ford, Antonio Banderas, and more. Terry recently told BuzzFeed News that none of his castmates have reached out to him in any way.
“No words from anybody. Nothing,” he said. “Believe me, nobody saw that coming. Nobody thought that I was gonna put that out there. People don’t understand that Hollywood is a very violent place,” he continued. “The best way to put it is that it’s like a plantation. You use extreme violence. You see a lot of people who never work again. For even speaking up the whole thing is that they cut your head off so that the next person doesn’t speak.”
Last month Terry tweeted that the show's producer, Avi Lerner, told his manager that he would avoid “problems” if he drops the case against Adam.