Terry Crews claims that he was also the target of US media and executive director David Pecker, but the player allegedly "called his bluff when he released threats online".
"This same company, AMI, tried to silence me in my lawsuit against @wme and Adam Venit because he made stories about me with prostitutes – and even went so far as to create counterfeit bills," said Crews on Friday.
"I called their bluff so that their threats were released online," he said. "They were blinking."
The New York Post reports Brooklyn Nine-nine Now the star joins Amazon's CEO Jeff Bezos and others in accusing AMI and Mr Pecker of extortion.
Mr Bezos claims that. T National Enquirer, owned by AMI, threatened to publish his naked photo if he did not stop revealing his affair and publicly admit that reporting was by no means "politically motivated".
Journalist Ronan Farrow claims that he is at least one "reputable journalist involved in breaking stories about National Enquirer & # 39; s an arrangement with Trump, which is similar to "stop digging or destroying" the AMI extortion. "
The company acknowledged that it had purchased the rights to potentially uncomfortable stories about the Chief Commander in an effort to keep them in the linings.
Mr Pecker is also known as one of Trump's longtime friends. But Enquirer denies any violation.
"If AMI was" useful "during the campaign, it was because the audience was National Enquirer one of the most supportive of his candidacy, "said Australian editor Dylan Howard to reporters in April last year. "We covered it for business reasons."
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