Monday, April 21, 2014

Bryan Singer Accuser Holds a Press Conference

Former teen actor Michael Eagan III holds a press conference regarding explosive allegations of childhood sexual abuse at the hands of Hollywood elite.
A Nevada man braved the media spotlight Thursday to publicly accuse “X-Men” director Bryan Singer of being a super villain who repeatedly sexually abused him when he was a vulnerable teen hoping to find fame in Tinseltown.
Michael Egan III, 31, charges that the filmmaker was part of a Hollywood band of gay men that plied young boys with drugs and booze and used the boys’ desire to catch a break in the industry to exploit them as sex toys. “You were a piece of meat to these people and they’d pass you around between them,” Egan said at a news conference at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.
“I can now stand in front of all of you today and say, I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse,” he added. “Some people don’t have a voice to say that. Some end up dead.”
Egan, whose lawyer filed suit against Singer in federal court Wednesday, was originally from Nebraska and came to Hollywood with his family in his mid-teens. His suit alleges that Singer sexually abused him between the ages of 15 and 17 in the late-1990s. The accusations include forced sodomy.
Egan said his mother reported the alleged abuse to police back in the 1990s and even contacted the FBI. “It fell on deaf ears. Then I buried it in me as deep as I could,” Egan said. He added that Singer’s alleged sexual victimization of him led him to experience a long battle with alcoholism, and that he began to seek therapy for the first time about a year ago.
“I went to trauma therapy and started to look at the issues and decided to look at the avenues to see if I had any legal rights,” Egan said.
Singer’s lawyer has called the suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Hawaii, “absurd and defamatory” and suggested it was a publicity stunt launched to coincide with the May 23 release of Singer’s new film, “X-Men: Days of Future Past.”
But Egan’s attorney, Jeff Herman, scoffed at that characterization. He said the suit was filed in Hawaii because of the state’s recent decision to temporarily suspend the statute of limitations on child sex abuse crimes. The suit says Singer sexually abused Egan during vacations in Hawaii when Egan was 17. A similar law was vetoed in October 2013 in California by Gov. Jerry Brown.
The suit, which seeks unspecified damages in excess of $75,000, charges that Singer sexually assaulted Egan twice in Hawaii in 1999 and that the abuse began at a Los Angeles-area mansion owned by one-time online mogul Marc Collins-Rector, who pleaded guilty in 2004 to luring minors across state lines for sex.
Egan’s suit charges that Collins-Rector’s swanky pad in Encino, Calif., was notorious for drug- and alcohol-fueled parties in which adult men, many of them movers and shakers in Hollywood, would have sex with young boys.
Jacked from The Daily News


rlewis said...

I believe it...Hollywood =Devils Playground

Anonymous said...

bring them all down

nba is fixed said...

The news story said they went to the police and the F.B.I., but nothing was done. In other words, the justice system covered it up. They didn't want to investigate it.

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