It is under the hashtag that Lipman first alleged that he had been assaulted by a prominent Hollywoodagent, though he initially declined to name Grasham. Grasham remains employed with the agency and now represents Keegan Allen (Pretty Little Liars, King Cobra) and 14-year-old actor Finn Wolfhard, most recently seen in Stranger Things and It.
Lipman toldThe Wrap that he met Grasham when he was only 17 or 18.
Two men recently came forward alleging the APAagent sexually assaulted them. Tyler Grasham is still working at APA, where he's been representing children and teenagers for the last ten years since this happened.
He added: 'We were at his apartment when he got on top of me and fondled me.
The TV and film editor told that Grasham "did the same thing" to him that he did to Lipman and that he would be filing a report with the Los Angeles Police Department.
The Hollywood Reporter also said that, according to sources, APA has hired an investigator to look into the claims and that Mr Grasham has deleted his Facebook account and set his Instagram to private.
'I didn't know who he was. "I was young and desperately wanted acceptance within the industry".
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