Headhunter Tyler Grasham can breathe a sigh of alleviation because the L.A. Region District Attorney has just rejected every one of the 4 sexual assault cases that have been under scrutiny. One of the cases involves a charged casualty who claims he met Grasham when he was 15 and Grasham was 34. The charged casualty asserted they were at a gathering when Grasham performed oral sex on him. That case was rejected because the statute of limitations had run.
In the second case, the affirmed casualty was 17 when he claims Grasham utilized him with liquor until the point when he nodded off. He says when he stirred Grasham was performing butt-centric sex on him. That case was also past the statute of limitations.
The third case ... the asserted casualty, who is currently 25, professedly met Grasham in 2014 on Tinder and claims Grasham stuck his hand down his pants. That case was dismissed by the D.A. be that as it may, alluded to the L.A. City Attorney for possible misdemeanor prosecution. The fourth case ... a man, who is at present 20 years old, claims he met Grasham online last year, and they got together and drank. He claims Grasham gave him Xanax and blueberries bound with pot and performed butt-centric sex against his will. That case was rejected for insufficient confirmation.