'Stranger Things' & 'IT' Star Finn Wolfhard Dumps Agent Accused of Sexual Assault

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Fourteen-year-old Finn Wolfhard, who plays Mike Wheeler in Netflix's hit Stranger Things, has left talent agency APA after his agent, Tyler Grasham, was accused of sexual abuse by another actor.

The first accusation came from former child actor Blaise Godbe Lipman on Facebook, who claims Grasham sexually assaulted him ten years ago.

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There have been a string of allegations against Grasham of assaulting or abusing young male actors, including former teen actor Blaise Godbe Lipman.

In a statement to E News, the agency said that "Tyler Grasham's employment with APA has been terminated, effective immediately". This was followed by drunk phone calls from Grasham's friends, urging Lipman to keep quiet about what happened.

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Agency has kept this man employed, working with kid actors. "I find it incredibly hard to believe they do not know of his predatory behavior, using his position within the company to prey on naive kids".

"We denounce this conduct in any form, and our sadness and support for the victims who have courageously come forward can not be understated". He kept handing me drinks, one after another, until I had to start leaving them in the bathroom, ' Ozarowski wrote on Facebook. When the two finally went back to Grasham's home and Ozarowski started to order an Uber, Grasham allegedly pulled Ozarowski's trousers open and grabbed his genitals. A day later, he took to Facebook again writing that after his initial post, his abuser had sent him a "poke" message on Facebook.

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'I didn't know who he was. However, Grasham again made advances and Lindsey said he ended up walking out at around 4 am.

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