"Lethal Weapon" star, Damon Wayans, has broken his silence on the Fox series' third season renewal following the dismissal of his former co-star Clayne Crawford.

Crawford, who played rogue cop, Martin Riggs, was let go from the show following alleged on-set incidents.

Wayans, who plays veteran Roger Murtaugh, tweeted a video and image showing an injury he sustained to the head after being hit by a piece of shrapnel during an episode Crawford was directing. His account was set to private shortly after the tweets went live, and his account appears to have been deleted.

Wayans' tweets

In the first tweet, Wayans wrote,"Now that the fate of the show is solidified...I'd like to address the TWITTER outrage with this video and image to follow," Hollywood Reporter wrote.

The second tweet read, "How does shrapnel from this hit me on the opposite side of the head? #directedby@claynecrawford."

In the video posted by Wayans, we could see a small explosion behind him. He then jerked his head forward with an expression of pain and reached his hand up. The following image showed a cut on the back of his head, which he implied was from the explosion.

Wayans has continued to share details of alleged incidents by Crawford on the set of "Lethal Weapon," including that he punched someone with a bottle.

Wayans stated that he had put up with the actor's behavior for two seasons of the show - which was rumored to be the cause of the show's impending cancellation [VIDEO] - and that he had collected a file of "infractions."

Season 3 renewal

Last Sunday, Fox announced they would be renewing "Lethal Weapon" for a third season, deciding to go ahead with the show without Crawford.

This followed reports that the show's renewal was in jeopardy. [VIDEO]

They also confirmed that Sean William Scott, best known for his role as Stifler in the "American Pie" franchise, would be joining the show to star opposite Wayans.

Rather than directly replacing Crawford, sources have told The Hollywood Reporter that Scott may play the brother of Martin Riggs.

This would allow the series to retain the Murtaugh-Riggs name that made the original film franchise so well-loved.

Crawford responds

In a statement released by Clayne Crawford, he addressed the alleged incidents and also issued the following apology:

"I absolutely love, respect and care for my crew and cast, and would never intentionally jeopardize so many jobs. I am incredibly sorry if my passion for doing good work has ever made anyone feel less than comfortable on our set, or feel less than celebrated for their efforts. Furthermore, I apologize to all the crew and cast for any negative attention Lethal Weapon is receiving because of these incidents."

The actor also took to Instagram to express his congratulations and well wishes following the news of the show's renewal last weekend.