Terry Crews has parted ways with WME agency.

The "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star was previously represented by WME, but he decided to leave the agency and sign with 3 Arts after he accused one of its agents of sexual assault. The move came a week after the agent, Adam Venit, went on leave, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

In October, Crews confessed in a series of tweets that he was a victim of sexual assault. According to the "White Chicks" actor, a "high level Hollywood executive" groped his private parts when they attended a function last year. He was with his wife when the incident happened. He was caught so off-guard that he did not know what to do at the time. When he looked at the executive, Crews said he "just grinned like a jerk."

Crews admitted that he wanted to attack the executive, but he decided to keep his cool because he didn't want to make headlines. "I was going to kick his [privates] right then— but I thought twice about how the whole thing would appear. '240 pounds. Black Man stomps out Hollywood Honcho' would be the headline the next day," the actor said.

Crews' admission about his sexual assault came after Harvey Weinstein's scandal. The controversy convinced him to come forward with his own story after numerous victims of sexual assault and harassment did. "This whole thing with Harvey Weinstein is giving me PTSD. Why? Because this kind of thing happened to ME," Crews wrote.

The "high-level Hollywood executive" was later identified as WME agent Venit. He is not part of the team that represented Crews. According to Variety, Venit is on leave as the agency investigates Crews' allegations against him.

Meanwhile, Crews has already filed a report with the Los Angeles Police Department over the sexual assault. Captain Cory Palka with the LAPD Hollywood station has confirmed it.

"Today Terry Crews met with officers from LAPD's Hollywood station," Officer Sal Ramirez, LAPD public information officer, told USA Today in a statement. "As of now, we have not been advised of what that meeting entailed. We will provide any additional information on this matter as soon as it becomes available to us."

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Terry Crews Terry Crews dumped WME agency after filing a sexual harassment report against one of its agents. Pictured: Crews arrives for the premiere of "The Lego Ninjago Movie" in Los Angeles on Sept. 16, 2017. Photo: Getty Images/Frederic J. Brown