Terry Crews will not be silenced. Last week, he told Vanity Fair that he wouldn’t accept an apology letter sent by his former WME agent Adam Venit, who he accused of sexual misconduct. Crews also said that he will continue to pursue legal action against Venit and WME, unless Venit left the agency, instead of just being demoted (as had been done previously after Crews’ allegations first emerged).
It seems Crews’ demands were finally heard. Venit recently resigned and WME agreed to pay him $375,000 in legal fees.
Now that his conditions have been met, Crews said he is ready to accept Venit’s apology. He also posted the full letter Venit sent him on Twitter.