Grasham’s residence was where three accusers said they were served alcohol, subjected to unwanted advances and, in one case, assaulted, as The Wrap previously reported.
“I’d doubt David was involved in any of the creepy stuff Tyler was doing, but he was an older guy who wasn’t very social on his own.
Gosnell runs the agency on a “granular level,” one of the individuals said.
Also Read: ' Stranger Things' Star Finn Wolfhard Exits APA as Agent Faces Sexual Assault Investigation (Exclusive) Work and Play One partner at the company, literary agent David Saunders, was known for not being especially social, one of the former employees said, except when Grasham invited him to parties at his home.
Wolfhard (“Stranger Things,” “It”) fired the agency only days after The Wrap’s first report hit.
Golden Globe winner Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”) also parted ways with APA over the scandal, one insider familiar with her decision told The Wrap, in addition to leaving manager David Guillod of Primary Wave Entertainment, who has been accused of sexual misconduct with four women.
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I told her no, and to my amusement, her reply was that she’d text me.Neither Grasham nor Matthias Wagener, the lawyer investigating accusations against Grasham on behalf of APA, responded to The Wrap’s requests for comment.‘Drink After Drink After Drink’ “Tyler’s office was like Neverland Ranch,” said one former agent, who described complaining to Johnson, likening Grasham’s office at APA’s Beverly Hills location to the property where Michael Jackson was accused of giving wine to boys and molesting them.One partner in the company was known to frequent parties at Grasham’s West Hollywood home, where three men say Grasham made unwanted advances on them.“Our investigation into the allegations regarding Tyler Grasham is ongoing, and as a matter of policy APA does not comment on ongoing investigations,” an APA spokesperson told The Wrap.