Actor Terry Crews says a Hollywood honcho once groped him

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Terry Crews and his wife Rebecca at the 41st NAACP Image Awards in 2010 in Los Angeles. AP Photo/Matt Sayles

As allegations of sexual misconduct by Hollywood entertainment mogul Harvey Weinstein continue piling up and artists post messages of outrage at the accusations and support for the victims, actor Terry Crews has shared a painful personal story.

In a series of tweets, Crews, who has appeared in the series “Brooklyn Nine Nine,” Adam Sandler’s Netflix comedy “Ridiculous 6” and Atlanta-filmed “Single Moms Club” among other projects, said the Weinstein revelations have resurfaced painful memories.

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Weinstein was fired from his own film company days after an explosive New York Times report detailing allegations of sexual assault going back three decades.

Since the article ran, a former New York waitress posted her recollections of Weinstein’s lewd behavior during the time she dealt him on the job and a reporter revealed the disgusting encounter she was forced to endure:


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