Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Top Hollywood bosses – including former Fox head, top BBC executive and Disney TV president -accused alongside X-men director Brian Singer of abusing young boys

  • Michael Egan has filed a lawsuit against director Bryan Singer, saying he abused him when he was 17 years old in Hawaii and California
  • In a shocking revelation Monday, Egan named Hollywood juggernauts Garth Ancier, David Neuman and Gary Goddard as additional abusers
  • Attorneys for Goddard called the charges 'without merit,' while calls went unanswered to Ancier's office Monday night
  • David Neuman addressed the charges in a series of tweets, calling them 'completely false' and 'shocking'
  • Singer's lawyer has said records show he was in Toronto at the time and not in Hawaii where Egan claims the director abused him in 1999
  • Egan said he was abused by Singer and others involved in a Hollywood sex ring starting when he was 15
The former child model who’s accused X-Men director Bryan Singer of sexually assaulting him as a teenager has now revealed shocking allegations against three more Hollywood power players.
Days after filing suit against Singer, 31-year-old Michael Egan has filed additional suits against former BBC Worldwide America president Garth Ancier, former Disney TV president David Neuman and theme park design firm head Gary Goddard.

Details emerged earlier on Tuesday of a incident in which a teenaged Egan was allegedly drugged and raped by a businessman after a Siegfried and Roy show.

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