Terry Crews compares Hollywood to a plantation after she accused assault: & # 39; I am a slave who walked away & # 39;
He bravely revealed that he was sexually assaulted by a powerful Hollywood manager in 2017.
Terry Crews has opened his experiences in the entertainment industry since coming out during a performance on The Clay Cane Show Wednesday on SiriusXM & Urban's View, and he had nothing to say.
The 50-year-old actor and former athlete referred to the industry as the & # 39; Hollywood plantation & # 39; and called himself a & # 39; runaway slave & # 39 ;.
Speaking of his truth: Terry Crews, 50, referring to his experience after reporting his assault, Hollywood was called a & # 39; plantation & # 39; and said he was a & # 39; runaway slave & # 39; was while he appeared on The Clay Cane Show on the Urban View channel of SiriusXM on Wednesday
& # 39; I am free & # 39 ;, Terry stated during the interview.
& # 39; I ran away, I am a slave who ran away. Many people are still after because of what they can do.
& # 39; You have to understand, I was followed, telephone was bugged … you talk a lot of money, a billion-dollar industry. The whole point was finding dirt on me that they could use against me, & he added.
& # 39; People don't understand that Hollywood is a very violent place & he said.
Away from it all: & # 39; I'm free & # 39 ;, Terry stated during the interview. & # 39; I ran away, I am a slave who ran away. Many people are still after it because of what they can do & # 39;
Surveiled: & # 39; You have to understand, I was followed, telephone was bugged … you talk a lot of money, a billion-dollar industry. The whole point was finding dirt on me that they could use against me, & he added
& # 39; The best way to say it is that it is just like a plantation. You use extreme violence. You see many people who never work again. Because even saying something is that they cut off your head so that the next person doesn't speak. & # 39;
& # 39; They don't want to comment on me, but I'm not going anywhere. They lead this thing through shame. (She) are ashamed of you, so that you have the feeling that you have to hide in the house. … (But) once you get rid of shame, you can leave the slave plantation. And I have to be free. This is a good thing, & he said.
In October 2017, the Nine-Nine actor in Brooklyn revealed in a series of tweets that he was sexually abused by a & # 39; high-level Hollywood manager & # 39; during a party, although he avoided naming names.
The individual in question later turned out to be Adam Venit, head of the film department of the prestigious William Morris Endeavor (WME) talent agency.
Retaliation: the host of the America's Got Talent said the offers stopped after he reported that Adam Venit, head of the film division of William Morris Endeavor (WME), sexually abused him at a party
Terry claimed that his phone no longer called shortly after his (still anonymous) accusation, and offerings for rolls began to dry up.
But the Idiocracy actor seems to have gotten the best from his doubters.
After Fox canceled his Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-comedy, NBC picked up the series for a sixth season, followed by an extensive delivery sequence.
The Andy Samberg show was renewed for a seventh season in February.
In 2018 he also had small but hilarious roles in the critically acclaimed films Sorry To Bother You and Deadpool 2.
The former NFL player also took over the role of America & # 39; s Got Talent earlier this year.
Best vengeance: Terry & # 39; s career has been booming lately. In addition to his guest appearance, he shines across from Andy Samberg at Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which was renewed for a seventh season in February; pictured June 11 with the Brooklyn Nine-Nine cast
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