Terry Crews is finally getting closure.
The “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star is finally accepting an apology letter from now-former WME agent Adam Venit. Crews received the letter in late March, but only accepted the apology once Venit resigned from WME in September.
The Hollywood executive’s letter is in response to sexual assault allegations brought forward by Crews, who accused Venit of once sexually assaulting him at a party.
“My intent is to have us both heal from this situation and move forward. To that end, I know that you didn’t ask for any of this. Again, I take responsibility for us being here now, together in this situation,” Venit wrote. “I am sorry for all of it.”
“I have dedicated myself to spiritual self-discovery in an effort to be the best person I can be for the rest of my life,” he continued. “And hopefully make difference to me, my family and everyone I know.”
Crews sued both Venit and WME after law enforcement refused to prosecute a criminal case. Both parties settled out of court.