Terry Crews Takes Mental Health Exam In Sexual Assault Lawsuit

by Ellyce Ferguson

March 7, 2018

Photo by Greg Doherty/Patrick McMullan

When the #MeToo movement began to surface following the sexual allegations against Harvey Weinstein, Terry Crews bravely came forward with his story of sexual harassment. The actor broke his silence on being sexually harassed by a high level executive in Hollywood.

Crews took further action and filed a civil lawsuit against WME agent Adam Veneit in December 2017, according to Variety Magazine. In response, Veneit was suspended from the company for a month.

Now, According to TMZ, lawyers for WME filed a stipulation in Crews’ lawsuit that says he must take a mental health examination that includes seven hours of “comprehensive psycho-social and medical history and the administration of mental status testing and psychological testing.” So now they’re questioning his sanity? Ridiculous.

The comedian agreed to undergo the testing. By the looks of it Crews isn’t worried, and neither are we.

Keep fighting, Terry!

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