Cameron Boyce & 'Stranger Things' Star Fire Agent Over Sexual Assault Allegations



Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard has drawn attention to a sexual assault scandal that may otherwise have gone unnoticed after leaving his agency.

The 14-year-old Netflix star, who was represented by APA agent Tyler Grasham, cut ties with the agency after the allegations became public this week, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Former child actor Blaise Godbe Lipmans alleged on Facebook the APA agent assaulted him a decade ago, while Lucas Ozarowski, a film and TV editor, told Deadline he had a similar experience with Grasham.

"Lipman took to Facebook to share a story of being allegedly assaulted by Grasham, writing: "[he] fed me alcohol while I was underage and sexually assaulted me.

Agency has kept this man employed, working with kid actors.

According to Teen Vogue, after Lipman posted this, Grasham "poked" Lipman on Facebook.

The filmmaker then shared further information on the shocking revelation, confirming it was written by him in an interview with Deadline, where he said he was about to turn 18 one summer when the agent got him 'drunk at a meeting to talk about business'.

APA takes these allegations extremely seriously and is investigating this matter.

Now, it seems the agency has elected to fire Tyler Grasham entirely.

He posted to his Facebook that he had experienced sexual abuse at the hands of a Hollywood agent.

Grasham allegedly organised a smear campaign in order to "out" the actor (Lipman, who is gay, wasn't out at the time of the incident) "I didn't do anything at the time".

"I was young and desperately wanted acceptance within my industry", Lipman wrote.

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