Darwin Hall had accused Crews of cyberstalking and harassment.
Terry Crews is fighting one less legal battle.
Crews’ former social media manager has dropped his $1 million lawsuit against him accusing him of cyberstalking and harassment, The Blast reported.
Darwin Hall voluntarily dismissed his lawsuit against the “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star but left with the option to refile the case in the future.
Crews didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment. He did, however, retweet news of the lawsuit getting dropped.
Hall claimed he started working for Crews in 1999, when the actor was just starting out. He was in charge of building Crews’ social media presence and was paid $28,479.06, of which about half was reimbursement for expenses. He alleged that he was owed payment for more than 6,000 hours of work at $55 an hour.
Hall also claimed that in 2013, he went to work for an LGBT client who had a dating app. He claimed that when Crews found out about the job, he “flew into a rage” and demanded that Hall drop the client. He says he did exit the job but accused Crews of reneging on an agreement to reimburse him for lost income.
In a series of tweets last December, Crews wrote that he was the victim of a “revenge shakedown” from a former friend who was squatting on his web domain. He didn’t name the former friend.
“Guy used to be a friend so I paid him to help him out — until I found out he was creating porn sites — so I let him go,” Crews wrote.
Hall claimed the tweets were defamatory.
Source: Page Six
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