A day after he filed a police report with the LAPD on an alleged sexual assault but WME agent Adam Venit, Terry Crews has exited the agency.

The LAPD confirmed with multiple industry publications reported on Wednesday afternoon that Terry Crews met with officers.

After leaving the station, he confirmed with TMZ that he filed a report, saying, “People have to be held accountable.” He also said he plans to file a lawsuit, saying “We’re going to go all the way.”

Venit, the head of WME (William Morris Endeavor)’s motion picture group, is on leave as the agency investigates sexual harassment allegations from Crews, who is a client of WME.

At the beginning of the Hollywood “floodgate” of victims of sexual assault and harassment speaking up, Crews was one of the early voices, describing an encounter with a Holywood exec on Twitter.

The tweets in part stated, “I decided not 2 take it further becuz I didn’t want 2b ostracized— par 4 the course when the predator has power n influence,” continued Crews. “I let it go. And I understand why many women who this happens to let it go. Who’s going 2 believe you? ( few) What r the repercussions?(many) Do u want 2 work again? (Yes) R you prepared 2b ostracized? (No).”

Venit represents the likes of Emma Stone, Eddie Murphy, Adam Sandler, Diane Keaton, Sylvester Stallone and more. He did not represent Crews.