Terry Crews details the encounter between him and Adam Venit.
When the sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein broke, tons of women came out against the former movie mogul, while others were inspired to come out against other Hollywood names. At the time, Terry Crews took to the Twitter where he said the rise in sexual allegations was giving him PTSD from when something inappropriate happened to him. Terry detailed how a big-time executive groped him at a function.
Over the following weeks, the name of the suspect went unnamed but it was eventually revealed that it was William Morris Endeavor Entertainment's Adam Venit and Terry was filing a police report against him.
The Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor was even seen leaving LAPD's Hollywood Division saying he's moving forward with the case because "people have to be held accountable."
This morning, Terry sat down with Good Morning America to discuss the incident, even more, saying he's never felt "more emasculated" than when Adam made his inappropriate move on him.
Talking with host Michael Strahan, Terry explains how Adam is basically everyone's agent and is "connected to probably everyone" in the business. He explains to Michael exactly what happened when Adam made his move.
"I'm looking at him, and he’s basically staring at me, and he’s sticking his tongue out, and it’s overtly sexual kind of tongue moves," he says in the video below.. "I’m sitting there like, it’s a party, it’s packed...and I’m looking like, is this a joke? He comes over to me, and I stick my hand out, and he literally takes his hand, and puts it, and squeezes my genitals," he continues. "I jumped back, like, ‘Hey! Hey!’ and he’s still sticking his tongue out and all this stuff and I go, ‘Dude, what are you doing? What are you doing?' And then he comes back again, he won't stop, and I got forceful and pushed him back."
"I have never felt more emasculated, more objectified, I was horrified. I went over to Adam (Sandler) right there, like, 'Adam, Come get your boy' ... And he didn't understand, it was bizarre to both of us."