REPORT: Terry Crews claims National Enquirer owner tried to ‘silence’ him with false prostitutes stories

FEBRUARY 9, 2019

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Terry Crews claims that National Enquirer owner American Media Inc. “tried to silence” him with false stories about prostitutes after he accused a talent agent in a lawsuit of groping him.

The Brooklyn 99 actor’s claim Friday came a day after Jeff Bezos accused AMI chairman and CEO David Pecker of threatening to publish nude photos of him in the National Enquirer in a blackmail and extortion plot.

The article goes on to state the following:

“This same company, AMI, tried to silence me in my lawsuit against @wme and Adam Venit by fabricating stories of me with prostitutes — and even went so far as creating fake receipts,” Crews tweeted on Friday, according to the New York Post. “I called their bluff by releasing their threats online. They blinked.”

Crews in 2017 had accused RadarOnline, an AMI outlet, of threatening to publish a story reporting that he had hired two prostitutes during a visit to Monte Carlo.



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