TV Host A.J. Calloway Officially Out At Warner Bros. After Sexual Assault Investigation
TV host A.J. Calloway is officially out at at Warner Bros. Television. The company has released a statement, noting that they have ‘part ways’ with the “Extra” host following an investigation into sexual assault allegations. Warner’s rep said in a statement,
The company has investigated the claims made into Mr. Calloway’s conduct and he and the company have mutually agreed to part ways.
Calloway was arrested in 2006 after author/activist Sil Lai Abrams accused him of sexually assaulting her, but those charges were dropped. Last January, two women told the Daily Beast that Calloway had sexually assaulted them. [Click here for the backstory].
Calloway, who was suspended in February, maintained his innocence.
At the time, he said in a statement:
“As I have maintained from the beginning, these allegations are not true. When I was first notified about these allegations by law enforcement more than a decade ago, I fully cooperated from the beginning and the case was dismissed.”
Calloway has been with “Extra” since 2005. No additional details about the situation have been released.