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Recently, Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard fired agent Tyler Grasham amidst allegations that he had—according to The Hollywood Reporter—”sexually assaulted or acted inappropriately with young aspiring male actors.” Grasham, who works for APA, was put on leave while the agency investigated the claims against him, and a separate Hollywood Reporter story says that he has now been fired. Grasham was a “prominent” agent in Hollywood with a specific focus on “youth talent,” and APA’s investigation into him was prompted by filmmaker Blaise Godbe Lipman, who posted allegations against Grasham on Facebook recently.

Blaise said that he met Grasham when he was 17, and the now-former agent allegedly gave him alcohol and sexually assaulted him, saying “this is business” and “this is how things are done.” Presumably prompted by Blaise’s post, Orphan Black’s Jordan Gavaris shared his own allegations about Grasham:

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It sounds like APA is still looking into the claims against Grasham, with THR saying that it has hired an “independent investigator.”