It looks like justice is finally being served.
Yesterday, the Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor tweeted out a screenshot of a letter he received from Adam Venit.
Last year, Terry Crews filed a lawsuit against Venit for sexually assaulting him at a party and trying to blackmail him into being quiet about it. In addition, Crews shared the story on Twitter, so that he could act as a role model of sexual assault victims.
Now, almost a year later, Crews has posted a letter of apology from Venit. While it seems Crews received the letter back in March, he is only now sharing the message because Venit recently resigned from his position at William Morris Endeavor.
“It meant nothing without a resignation,” said Crews to Deadline.
In the letter, Venit apologizes for his crime against Crews.
“The intent of this letter is to start a dialogue in service of taking responsibility for the emotional challenge that this experience has caused you and your family," the letter reads. "I have dedicated myself to spiritual self-discovery in an effort to be the best person I can be for the rest of my life, and hopefully make difference to me, my family and everyone I know…"
"I know that you didn't ask for any of this," Venit continues. "Again, I take full responsibility for us being here now, together in this situation. I am sorry for all of it… I have no right to expect your forgiveness, but I am asking for it nonetheless."
Due to Venit’s recent resignation, Crews’ legal battle has come to a close.