‘X-Men’ director and gay Hollywood executives accused of raping boys at sex parties

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A man who was once a model as a teenager has come forward to sue X-Men director Bryan Singer for sexual abusing him during his youth. According to CBS Los Angeles, Michael Egan has filed a federal lawsuit against Singer.

Eagan claims Singer forced him to attend sex parties when he was 15-17 in the ’90s. The lawsuit also claims that the worst abuse took place at a mansion in Encino, Calif. that was owned by Internet mogul Mark Collins-Rector.

Egan, who was 15 at the time, says that Singer, Collins-Rector and other Hollywood executives would lure teenage boys to parties by promising them roles in major movies. The executives allegedly provided drugs and alcohol to the teens and had a “no swimsuit” clause at the swimming pool.

At the party, Egan says he was raped repeatedly by Singer and different men. He also says that Singer forced him to perform oral sex and sodomized him.

Singer also molested Egan during two trips to Hawaii, the lawsuit claims. Egan said he told police about the incident in 2000, but no action was taken.

Singer, who will release X-Men: Days of Future Past in May, has denied Egan’s claims.

A.R. Shaw
A.R. Shaw

A.R. Shaw is an author and journalist who documents culture, politics, and entertainment. He has covered The Obama White House, the summer Olympics in London, and currently serves as Lifestyle Editor for Rolling Out magazine. Shaw's latest book, Trap History, delves into the history and global dominance of Trap music. Follow his journey on Twitter @arshaw and Instagram @arshaw23.



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