Saturday, April 19, 2014

X-Men Director Bryan Singer is Accused of Sexually Abusing a Child Model

X-Men director, Bryan Singer; (source: Gage Skidmore)

Michael Egan III, a former child model, has filed a lawsuit against the X-Men director, Bryan Singer. He says that Bryan Singer sexually abused him several times over the course of three months in 1999. Michael Egan III says that he was sexually abused at the age of 17 in Hawaii by Bryan Singer.

Marty Singer Says Bryan Singer was in Toronto, not Hawaii

Bryan Singer's attorney, Marty Singer, says that there is no way that Bryan Singer would have taken time away from filming X-Men in Toronto to have been involved in this encounter in Hawaii.

Marty Singer says that Bryan Singer was mainly in Toronto from August to October in 1999. These are the months that Michael Egan III accuses Bryan Singer of being in Hawaii and sexually abusing him at the age of 17.

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Egan: Hawaii was 'Not the First Time' Singer Sexually Abused Him

Michael Egan III also says he had a previous encounter with Bryan Singer in CA as many children like him were lured across the state line in a much larger "Hollywood sex ring." He was given drugs and molested at the age of 15 by Bryan Singer and others in Los Angeles, after being promised a career in Hollywood. The fame was not delivered, however Egan was sexually abused.

In a public statement, Egan says he was sodomized at Hollywood parties by various moguls, and the Los Angeles Police Department did not pursue his complaints reported to them. He describes the parties as Hollywood orgies where he was passed around like a piece of meat and raped by power Hollywood moguls.

Egan wonders why his Los Angeles sex abuse was never followed up by Los Angeles Police, because he filed it a long time ago.

Watch the TMZ video with Egan's public statement here.

Bryan Singer's hearing in Honolulu, Hawaii is scheduled to take place on July 21, 2014.