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Actor Terry Crews says the National Enquirer's publisher tried to 'silence' him with fake stories as Jeff Bezos accuses the tabloid of blackmail

Actor Terry Crews says the National Enquirer's publisher tried to 'silence' him with fake stories as Jeff Bezos accuses the tabloid of blackmail
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Terry Crews has accused American Media Inc (AMI), publisher of the National Enquirer, of making up a false story to "silence" him.




Crews said Radar Online, which is owned by AMI, tried to run a fake story about him buying prostitutes after he went public in accusing a talent agent of sexual assault.




He published an alleged email from Radar Online back in 2017, and said the publication did not run the story because it was fake and he had publicly exposed them.




Crews resurfaced his allegations against AMI after Jeff Bezos accused the publisher of blackmail and said it was threatening to leak naked photos of him.




AMI said it was "acting lawfully" but would investigate Bezos' claims.



Actor Terry Crews said the National Enquirer's publisher, American Media Inc (AMI), tried to "silence" him with fake stories as Jeff Bezos publicly accuses the publisher of trying to blackmail him.
Crews said on Twitter that AMI tried to silence him as he attempted to sue a Hollywood agent who he claimed groped him and the agency's talent agency "by fabricating stories of me with prostitutes."
Crews accused Adam Venit of groping him at an industry party in 2016, and filed a police report with the Los Angeles Police Department. Crews told the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2018: "The assault lasted only minutes, but what he was effectively telling me while he held my genitals in his hand was that he held the power. That he was in control."
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