Stranger Things actor Finn Wolfhard has fired his agent, Tyler Grasham, after multiple allegations emerged accusing him of sexual abuse.

Former child actor Blaise Godbe Lipman shared his story on social media, alleging that when he was underage, the APA agent plied him with alcohol before sexually assaulting him.

"APA Agency has kept this man employed, working with kid actors," Lipman wrote. "I find it incredibly difficult to believe they do not know of his predatory behavior, using his position within the company to prey on naive kids."

Shorty afterward, film and TV editor Lucas Ozarowski shared a similar story and told Deadline that he plans to file a formal report of the alleged crime with the LAPD.

APA agency launched an internal investigation into the allegations and fired Grasham on Friday. Since then, Jordan Gavaris from Orphan Black, and aspiring actor Brady Lindsey have both come forward with their own allegations against the agent.

If you are affected by workplace sexual harassment you can find resources here.

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