The plot sickens (again)

“Orphan Black” actor Jordan Gavaris comes forward with more allegations against Tyler Grasham

Another shoe has dropped in the breaking story involving the sexual assault allegations against Hollywood agent Tyler Grasham of the Agency for the Performing Arts (APA).

Just to recap: In a Facebook post published Monday, actor Blaise Godbe Lipman alleged that he was sexually assaulted by Grasham at a party in 2007. He was 18 years old at the time. A few days later, another young man named Lucas Ozarowski claimed he, too, was assaulted by Grasham, at a party in 2015. Afterwards, he says Grasham continued to harass him over text.

Related: Powerful Hollywood agent accused of sexual assault by multiple young men

Now, a third young man has come forward with his own story involving Grasham.

Openly gay actor Jordan Gavaris, who starred in the hit BBC America show Orphan Black, took to Twitter this afternoon to share a disturbing experience he had with Grasham when he was first trying to break out in show biz at age 21.

To be clear: Gavaris, now 28, doesn’t say he was sexually assaulted by Grasham, but he does claim to have been repeatedly harassed by him. The harassment included threats that his career could be “derailed” if he didn’t allow Grasham to “protect” him.

Read Gavaris’ account of what happened in a series of tweets published just hours ago…

In a statement released yesterday, APA said it plans to hire an outside agency to investigate the accusations against Grasham.

“APA takes these allegations extremely seriously and is investigating this matter,” an agency spokesperson said.

Meanwhile, the agency has already lost one of its biggest rising stars over the scandal. Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard, who was represented by Grasham, severed ties with the agency.

Related: Child star Finn Wolfhard ditches agent Tyler Grasham amidst sexual assault allegations