Actor Terry Crews joined the #MeToo movement when he tweeted in support of and solidarity with sexual harassment and assault victims. The actor, artist, and former NFL lineman alleged that he was sexually assaulted by a high-level entertainment industry executive in early 2016.

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Crews’ wife, Rebecca, says she was with him at the crowded party where the incident occurred. “And this gentleman comes across the room, and I’m kind of looking at him, and then looking around at who’s here, and then suddenly my husband backs into me, like his hips go backwards, and he backs into me, and he pushes this man through this sea of people, like they went down like bowling pins,” says Rebecca, describing the scene.

Rebecca says her husband pushed the man again, and then led her out of the party before telling her what he claims happened.

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The Los Angeles City Attorney and Los Angeles DA have rejected Terry Crews’ criminal sexual assault complaint against Adam Venit. The DA determined that the alleged conduct did not rise to the level of a felony, and the city attorney determined a misdemeanor complaint was barred by the statute of limitations. Crews says he now has a civil lawsuit pending against Venit.

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