Actor’s Police Report Accuses Ex-Agent Tyler Grasham of Sodomizing Him

Tyler Cornell filed the report with the LAPD on Friday

Actor Tyler Cornell has filed a police report with the LAPD accusing a former APA agent Tyler Grasham of sodomizing him, police told TheWrap.

Cornell, 20, is one of five young men who have accused Grasham of sexual misconduct. Grasham was fired on Oct. 20, one day after TheWrap’s report that an actor accused Grasham of sexually assaulting him as a teenager. APA is conducting its own internal investigation.

The other accusers include 28-year-old filmmaker Blaise Godbe Lipman, who told TheWrap that Grasham plied him with alcohol and assaulted him while he was intoxicated; Lucas Ozarowski, a 27-year-old film editor, who filed a police report saying Grasham groped him last year; Michael Podraza, a legal affairs manager at Lionsgate, who accused Grasham of offering to help him break into the industry in exchange for sexual favors; and Brady Lindsey, an 18-year-old actor who accused Grasham of asking him to be his boyfriend.

Cornell said that Grasham abused him earlier this year, according to the police report.

“Stranger Things” star Finn Wolfhard, who was one of Grasham’s clients, dropped APA as his representation following TheWrap’s report.

For the record: A previous version of this story incorrectly identified Tyler Grasham.