Finn Wolfhard has left his talent agency.
The 14-year-old Stanger Things actor has exited APA, a source confirms to E! News. This comes on the heels of allegations of sexual assault against Wolfhard's former agent Tyler Grasham, according to Deadline. The site reports that two men have come forward alleging that Grasham sexually assaulted them, adding that according to a source, the allegations are "the reason" Wolfhard left the agency.
In response, APA tells E! News, "Tyler Grasham's employment with APA has been terminated, effective immediately."
Earlier this week, former child actor Blaise Godbe Lipman shared allegations of an encounter 10 years ago with Grasham on Facebook. "Tyler Grasham, under the pretense of a business meeting regarding potential agency representation at APA Agency, fed me alcohol while I was underage and sexually assaulted me," Lipman wrote.
Lucas Ozarowski is the second man to come forward with allegations about Grasham. The TV and film editor told Deadline Friday that in Jan. 2016 Grasham "did the same thing" to him that he did to Lipman and that he'll be filing a report with the Los Angeles Police Department.
These allegations have surfaced almost two weeks after Harvey Weinstein was terminated from The Weinstein company, three days after the New York Times published a story about allegations of sexual misconduct stretching back over a decade.
Before news of Grasham's firing was announced Friday, Descendants actor Cameron Boyce reportedly fired Grasham as his agent.
E! News has reached out to Wolfhard and APA for comment.