Terry Crews believes his family is being tracked and bugged after filing a sexual assault lawsuit
Terry Crews believes his family is being bugged in retaliation for speaking out about the alleged sexual assault he experienced from WME agent Adam Venit.
Crews filed a lawsuit against Venit after accusing him of groping him at a 2016 party for alleged sexual assault.
The “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” actor took to Twitter to share his suspicions.
“I believe my family is being tracked and possibly bugged,” Crews wrote in a thread. “Someone hacked into the computer my son and I built together. I have to shut it down and replace the hard drive.”
Crews also claimed that Russell Simmons, who has been accused of rape by multiple women, tried to pressure him to drop his lawsuit.
“Somehow they thought he was the ‘King of Black people,’” Crews tweeted about Simmons.
He also added that the LAPD confirmed to him that “these people don’t play fair.”
“There are a lot of secrets to protect, and they will do anything to keep them.”
He ended the thread by pointing out that if he had a “timely accident,” the world should know where to look.
Crews recently signed with United Talent Agency after leaving WME.