"People need to be held accountable", the former National Football League player told TMZ outside of a Hollywood police station, adding that he also plans to file a lawsuit.
Crews, when asked about his reasoning for filing the report by TMZ noted, "People have to be held accountable".
Crews told our photog he plans to file a civil lawsuit as well as pursue criminal charges.
Since then, The Hollywood Reporter learned that WME agent Adam Venit was on leave after reportedly being identified as the subject of Crews' account.
The 49-year-old actor previously made the allegation against an unnamed "high-level" executive in the midst of the Hollywood sex scandal, claiming he'd been fondled at a star-studded event in 2016, and he has now taken his complaint to the police. Attempts to reach Venit for comment were not immediately successful. "Black Man stomps out Hollywood Honcho" would be the headline the next day", he explained.
Crews went on to state that he did not take action at the time out of fear of being "ostracized", reasoning it was "par (for) the course when the predator has power (and) influence".
"Why?" Crews wrote. "Because this kind of thing happened to ME".
"I let it go", he said. "And I understand why many women who this happens to let it go". "(Yes) R you prepared 2b ostracized?(No)".