Clayne Crawford speaks after his release from Lethal Weapon .
The actor, 40 – who is replaced in the third season of the trial by Seann William Scott, 41, drama – went to the podcast Drinkin 'Bros.
Crawford, who said that Warner Brothers never called him to tell him he had been fired, argued about a time when he blew up a director's assistant because of the distracting sounds of the set other actor tried to film a scene.
"I grabbed," he said. 100% … I should not have screamed and shouted. "
Crawford, who called a report on his behavior" a blatant f-in lie, "continued with the AD : "Mind you, when the incident happened that I had to pay half of my salary for this episode, I had to spend six weeks of annoyance management every day for my lunch break, and I'd have to be escorted by a security guard to the set and from my caravan guards, so it was humiliating. "
Crawford further claimed that Damon Wayans, his co-star, would not film in a church because he was a Jehovah's Witness or participated in table reading. "That kind of s- would come all the time and I would go and I would complain," Crawford said. "But as soon as they got this band, every time I complained, like," This will come out, and it will ruin your career. "
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In May, Wayans, 57, on Twitter claimed that Crawford caused an injury to Wayans during the show He said he was hit by shrapnel and showed a video of an explosion, adding that the episode was directed by Crawford.
Wayan then tweeted, "He slapped another actor in the mouth with a bottle of green Tea and opened his mouth. "
In June Variety received video evidence of the tension between Crawford and Wayans, Crawford said to Wayans," You're the biggest crybaby I've ever met in my life "Well, suck that -."
In April, Crawford apologized for two incidents on the Lethal Weapon set.
He wrote: "It's true that I am." twice in this past Season of Lethal Weapon was reprimanded. The first complaint was that I reacted angrily to working conditions that, under the direction of a visiting director and a deputy director, who in turn were furious with my answer, did not prove safe or conducive to good work. I met with the personnel department, I apologized for my part of the conflict and I finished the therapy in the studio. I even shared a substantial portion of my paycheck with one of the parties involved following the instruction of the studio. "
He continued," The second reference came during an episode I directed. An actor on the set felt insecure because a sliver of an effect hit him. It was an unfortunate event that happened despite all the safety precautions and procedures. I take responsibility for the incident because I was responsible for the set. "
Michael Raymond-James, a guest star on the show, defended Crawford after he was fired, and Raymond-James tweeted," There is a false narrative that was circulated to humiliate and vilify a friend of mine who was too noble to strike back so far … so I'll … trust that. "He added," #TeamClayne. "