Director Bryan Singer has filed a motion to dismiss a sex abuse lawsuit that was filed against him last month by Michael Egan, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The X-Men: Days of Future Past director is claiming lack of jurisdiction, citing a deposition Egan gave in 2003 that states Singer was never in Hawaii with him and never sexually abused him. In his lawsuit, Egan claims that Singer sexually abused him from age 15 to 17 and flew him to Hawaii for sex. Singer says he was in Canada working on X-Men during the period of time Egan says the trips to Hawaii took place.read more
Another person has filed a sexual abuse lawsuit against Bryan Singer and entertainment executive Gary Goddard.
According to the L.A. Times, an anonymous person from the U.K. filed a suit in a federal court in California that claimed he was 14 when first contacted by Goddard. The plaintiff says that Goddard persuaded him to send him nude photos and engage in nude webcam sessions. Then, when he was 16, Goddard invited him to London where he was given alcohol and had sex with him. The suit also claims that Goddard introduced him to Singer, who then sexually assaulted him when he was 17.read more
Bret Easton Ellis: I Knew About Bryan Singer's Underage Parties
American Psycho and Less Than Zero author Bret Easton Ellis has never been shy about what's on his mind, and on the Monday edition of his podcast he had some damning words about the Bryan Singer sexual abuse scandal...read more