Thursday, April 24, 2014

Three More Hollywood Players Names in Child Sex Abuse Case

Three more Hollywood players named in actor Michael Egan's lawsuit alleging sexual abuse when he was a struggling teen actor.

The Nevada actor who publicly accused "X-Men" director Bryan Singer of molesting him when he was 15 sued three other Hollywood figures on Monday claiming they too preyed on him during his vulnerable teenage years.
Michael Egan III, 31, filed the new federal lawsuits in Hawaii against Garth R. Ancier, Gary Wayne Goddard, and David Alexander Neuman.
Egan and his lawyer, Jeff Herman, who previously represented victims in the molestation lawsuits against Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash, said the three men were allegedly part, along with Singer, of a "sordid sex ring" that "groomed" underage boys to be sexually victimized in the late '90s.
They allegedly attended "notorious parties" in Los Angeles and Hawaii, where underage boys were plied with drugs, alcohol and gifts — and sometimes subjected to violence, according to Egan and his lawyer.
The lawsuits accuse the three of intentional infliction of emotional distress, battery, assault and invasion of privacy.
Neuman vehemently denied the allegations on Twitter.
Jacked from The NY Daily News


Anonymous said...

Expose those demons! Its time bring that devil and his demons into the light!!!

Anonymous said...

I hope this man does not die of an "overdose"

WTF??!!!!!! said...

He needs to be made an example of...b/c there's too many of these pervs in the industry. If they let him get away with will prove that nothing will ever be done to folks in hollyweird that do this shit. EVER!

Anonymous said...

!!!!! To all the previous comments. Expose them for the greater good and I hope he doesn't die on us.

Anonymous said...

ITA w/ all! The madness has to STOP! You can only be evil for SOO LONG!


Anonymous said...

Bryan Singer 's eyes give me the creeps

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