Finn Wolfhard, the 14-year-old star of Stranger Things and It, has reportedly parted ways with talent agency APA in wake of sexual assault allegations against his agent Tyler Grasham.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Wolfhard fired Grasham earlier this week, shortly after the Hollywood agent was accused of sexually assaulting a teenager back in 2007. 

Blaise Godbe Lipman, who has appeared in episodes of Weeds, The Office, and Hawaii-Five-O, recently shared a Facebook post as a part of the growing #MeToo campaign. The actor revealed a powerful man in the industry had sexually assaulted him in his late-teens; however, Limpan didn’t provide any names … at first.

Shortly after his post, Limpan said the alleged perpetrator “poked” him on Facebook, which led him to identify Grasham as the assaulter.


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27-year-old film and TV editor Lucas Ozarowski and 19-year-old actor Brady Lindsey have also come forward with similar sexual assault claims against Grisham.

APA has since fired the agent.

“Tyler Grasham’s employment with APA has been terminated effective immediately,” the agency’s head of communications, Manfred Westphal, said in a statement.