Cecil Lennox
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X-Men Director Accuser Says He Was Party Fare At Multiple Hollywood Orgies

 

The entertainment world and all involved with the upcoming blockbuster X-Men: Days of Future Past were dealt a serious shocker this week when director Bryan Singer was named in a slandering lawsuit accusing him of repeatedly raping a teenage boy.

Well, that boy is now legally a man and isn’t hiding his face–or any details from the media.

Michael Egan, now 31, says he was repeatedly sodomized against his will by several men–including admitted pedophile, businessman Marc Collins-Rector, and was forced to swallow alcohol. Additionally, he was allegedly held at gunpoint, with the barrel being placed in his mouth.

Reports TMZ:

Michael Egan, who just sued “X-Men” director Bryan Singer for allegedly sexually assaulting him when he was a minor, says he complained to the LAPD that he was repeatedly sodomized at Hollywood parties by various moguls … but no action was taken.

Egan says he and other minors were passed around like pieces of meat at sex parties, and he claims Singer was not alone.

Egan says his mother went to the FBI and LAPD back in 2000 and he was even interviewed … he has no idea what happened.

Egan says he sued 2 men who he claims molested him at parties back in 2000, but Singer was NOT named. Egan’s current lawyer, Jeff Herman, doesn’t know why his client’s former lawyer did not sue the “X-Men” director.

The home where the sexually-charged pool parties allegedly occurred was in Encino. It used to be owned by Suge Knight, who sold it Marc Collins-Rector. Suge is not involved in the case, but Egan says Collins-Rector was one of the main perps.

Egan says other minors were also abused, and Herman vows to file 3 or 4 more lawsuits against the alleged perps by next Thursday.

Egan went on to say there was a “no swimsuit” rule in the pool, and he was raped numerous times by numerous individuals.

The Wrap, who initially broke the first story, speculates that the scandal may hurt the box-office numbers, but given the X-Men’s enormous popularity, that may remain just a notion.

To play devil’s advocate, let’s say the allegations are indeed proven to be true. Why was Egan continuously attending these parties again? And save from a total Singer breakdown confession, how are these allegations going to be held up in a court of law?


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