Finn Wolfhard leaves talent agency APA over allegations against agent

Posted October 22, 2017

Finn Wolfhard attends the 2017 Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy Party at Sunset Tower on September 15, 2017 in West Hollywood, California.

Tyler Grasham, who was also fired from his job as a talent agent at APA, was accused of sexual assault by a former teen actor. Wolfhard also cut ties with the agency.

'Tyler Grasham's employment with APA has been terminated effective immediately, ' another APA spokesperson told Variety. It is reported that the APA are attempting to find new agents for the rest of Grasham's clients.

On Friday, Grasham was sacked by the agency amid the allegations that he sexually assaulted and sexually harassed young men in the industry more than a decade ago. "Descendants" Disney star, 18-year-old Cameron Boyce, soon followed and fired Grasham after the accusations were made.

News first broke when actors Blaise Godbe Lipman, Lucas Ozarowski, and an unidentified third man accused Grasham of giving them alcohol and sexually assaulting them multiple times while they were teenagers. Lipman alleged the agent harassed him and spread rumors in an effort to tarnish his career.

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Deadline reports that Cameron and Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard have let go of Tyler Grasham after two men have come forward stating that the agent assaulted them both.

'My phone was left at his house charging so I couldn't even leave if I wanted to.

The MeToo campaign began two years ago but has picked up steam in the past two weeks following the countless allegations of sexual abuse by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

Who else has come forward?

"We all must commit to eradicating such abhorrent behavior in our community", the agency wrote in a statement.