X-Men director Bryan Singer accused of raping minor
A man who has charged director Bryan Singer, the filmmaker of the upcoming super hit action movie “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” for supposedly raping him as a teenager said on Thursday, April 17 that his declares of sexual exploitation went unheeded by the system. The 31 year old Michael Egan who was a wannabe teen actor, said he and his mother told the Los Angeles Police division and the FBI in late 1999 and 2000 that Egan was being harmed by an juvenile sex ring.
Egan said in a news conference seated next to his attorney, Jeff Herman that, “What happened was basically it fell on deaf ears. We didn’t get anywhere and then I basically buried it in me as deep as I possibly could.”
Herman cased a civil court case on Wednesday in federal court in Hawaii, alleging that the 48 years old Bryan Singer used his authority as a Hollywood insider in addition to a variety of drugs and alcohol to force anal and oral sex on Egan while assuring him movie roles. Singer’s attorney Marty Singer has called the claims “completely fabricated.” The LAPD said it does not comment on present lawsuit.