Clayne Crawford wishes 'Lethal Weapon' well after Seann William Scott casting

  • Clayne Crawford wishes 'Lethal Weapon' well after Seann William Scott casting

Clayne Crawford wishes 'Lethal Weapon' well after Seann William Scott casting

While the video isn't available anymore, it revealed a scene where an explosion goes off to the right of Wayans, but then he grabs the back of his head.

Crawford himself addressed earlier accusations of bad behavior in April with an Instagram post, admitting that he'd been reprimanded twice during the making of Lethal Weapon's first two seasons.

In the tweets, which are no longer available due to Wayans deleting his Twitter account, the actor detailed several different incidents that allegedly occurred during the filming of an episode Crawford directed. The tweets were punctuated by the hashtag #NoApology.

In perhaps the strangest tweet from Wayans' thread, he attached a picture of what looks like a sticker with Crawford's picture on it along with the phrase: "Clayne Crawford is an Emotional Terrorist".

Crawford was sacked from the hit Fox cop drama and replaced with American Pie actor Seann William Scott in the heels of its third season renewal.

Earlier this month, Crawford was sacked from the hit series after it was revealed that he was reprimanded twice for his on-set behavior.

Wayans' posts follow Crawford issuing an apology for two incidents. "Television has decided not to renew Clayne Crawford's contract for Lethal Weapon".

He continued, "I met with Human Resources, I apologized for my part of the conflict, and I completed studio-appointed therapy". An actor on set felt unsafe as a result of a chunk of shrapnel from an impact hit him. "And stuck (sic) fear in cast and crew". "I'm extremely sorry if my ardour for doing good work has ever made anybody really feel lower than comfy on our set, or really feel lower than celebrated for his or her efforts". "I apologize to all the crew and cast for any negative attention Lethal Weapon is receiving because of these incidents", he wrote.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Crawford was sacked from the hit CBS series for bad behavior in May 2018.

The show will return on Fox this fall without Martin Riggs.

Sources tell THR that Warners opted to fire Crawford after he was disciplined each time for his poor behavior. This was shortly before Warner Bros. came down with their final decision about how to move forward with the show, which turned out to be without him. After the studio presented Fox with Scott as a replacement, the network signed off on a third season. To the Fans - Thank you for the overwhelming support and love. My heart is full. "Good Luck [next] season!"

After this rant, Wayans locked his Twitter account.