Terry Crews Shares Apology From Sexual Assaulter Adam Venit: "I Am Sorry For All Of It"

Last week Terry Crews and Adam Venit, the man who sexually groped Terry at a Hollywood function years ago, settled their ongoing lawsuit even after Adam continued to deny his actions. Terry came forward with his story at the height the #MeToo movement and explained with a series tweets that he was dealing with posttraumatic stress following the assault, and did not deal with it at the time due to repercussions.  

Terry has now taken to Twitter again, posting the apology he received from Adam back in March but he is only now accepting it since Adam has resigned from his position at William Morris Endeavor Entertainment LLC (WME). 

“I know that you didn’t ask for any this … I take responsibility for us being here now, together in this situation. I am sorry for all it,” Adam wrote in the letter, expressing hope to work together in the future. “I even hope that someday we can come together and go forward with compassion and understanding and be an amazing force for positivity and change in our culture.”

Read in full below. 

Terry Crews Receives Support From Old Spice In Light Of Sexual Assault

The Terry Crews sexual assault case has not been an easy one for the actor. His accuser, Adam Venit, was only suspended from work for a short amount time where he still had to pay him. Adam then denied the accusations inappropriately groping Terry and claimed that he couldn’t win the case anyway because Terry was never “injured.” Not only that, but Terry was urged by Russell Simmons and his The Expendables producer to drop the case. 

Despite it all, Terry does have people who are behind him and they are his friends over at Old Spice and Procter & Gamble. Having done a number commercials for the men’s body products, the company stand by their partner and everything he’s fighting in the case against the WME agent. 

“In so many instances it is women who are seen as the only victims these types assaults as few men come forward to tell their story too,” the letter reads. “We hope that men take your lead and stand up to expose those who are taking advantage their position to cause harm to others.”

Read the full letter support below.