Terry Crews Sexual Assault Accusation Sent to District Attorney by LAPD

Actor previously filed a complaint against WME agent Adam Venit

A sexual assault complaint actor Terry Crews filed to law enforcement has been kicked up to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office.

“A case was presented to our office on Feb. 6 by the Los Angeles Police Department involving Adam Venit and is under review,” said L.A. County D.A. spokesman Ricardo Santiago in a Friday statement obtained by TheWrap.

Crews filed a sexual assault report with the LAPD in December, saying his former WME agent Adam Venit sexually assaulted him. Crews has publicly stated that Venit groped his genitals at a party.

Crews has also filed a lawsuit against Venit.

Late last year, WME completed a two-week investigation into Venit’s conduct and stripped him of his position as head of the agency’s motion picture group, opting to keep him on as an agent. Crews responded to news of Venit’s return and demotion with disapproval on Twitter, writing: “Someone got a pass.”

“I have never felt more emasculated, more objectified,” Crews said on ABC’s “Good Morning America” last November of the alleged assault, adding, “I stick my hand out and he [Venit] takes his hand and puts it and squeezes my genitals and I jump back like hey, hey and he’s like — he still is sticking his tongue out and all this stuff.”