The filmmaker then shared further information on the shocking revelation, confirming it was written by him in an interview with Deadline, where he said he was about to turn 18 one summer when the agent got him 'drunk at a meeting to talk about business'.
"APA Agency has kept this man employed, working with kid actors". I find it incredibly hard to believe they do not know of his predatory behavior, using his position within the company to prey on naive kids, ' Lipman said.
Deadline reports that Cameron and Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard have let go of Tyler Grasham after two men have come forward stating that the agent assaulted them both. Not anymore, though. As soon as he was made aware of the allegations, Wolfhard severed ties with Grasham immediately, ultimately leaving the APA entirely.
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"We denounce this conduct in any form, and our sadness and support for the victims who have courageously come forward can not be understated".
According to Ozarowski, Grasham kept giving him drinks at a party. When the two finally went back to Grasham's home and Ozarowski started to order an Uber, Grasham allegedly pulled Ozarowski's trousers open and grabbed his genitals. He first posted the allegation on Facebook.
Brady Lindsey, now 19, was only 16 years old when Grasham allegedly found his Instagram account.
"I didn't know better". He said he was a big-time agent in L.A. and he worked at APA, ' Lindsey said.
"Stranger Things" star Finn Wolfhard has left APA days after his agent was accused of sexually assaulting a teenager, Variety has confirmed.