Bryan Singer Accuser Names Three More Hollywood Individuals
Michael Egan, the man who filed a federal lawsuit against Bryan Singer alleging Singer sexually assaulted him as a youth, has filed three more lawsuits and named various Hollywood individuals.
The new lawsuits contend that Michael Egan was also abused by TV executive Garth Ancier, former Disney TV president David Neuman and Broadway producer Gary Goddard (via THR).
Garth Ancier is known for the launch of Fox TV and the CW, The Rikki Lake Show, 21 Jump Street and In Living Color.
David Neuman is the former president of Disney TV and worked as the chief programming officer for CNN.
Gary Goddard directed the 1987 Masters of the Universe movie as well as is credited as writer on numerous Universal Studios attractions including Jurassic Park, Star Trek and T2.
The lawsuits allege that the three men took part in Hollywood sex rings with Bryan Singer, and that the events occurred at a home in Encino as well as Hawaii.
Bryan Singer's lawyers previously stated they have proof that Singer wasn't in Hawaii at the time of the allegations, but Egan's lawyer is stating they have eyewitnesses that Singer was present.
Michael Egan's mother is also stating that she informed authorities about the sexual abuse years ago, but it was swept under the rug. She says the LAPD, FBI and press were notified, with it said one reporter wrote an article about it, only to have it get buried.
Michael Egan has accused Bryan Singer of raping and providing drugs and alcohol to him back when he was around 17-years-old in 1998-9.
Singer's lawyers have strongly denied the accusations and are counter-suing.
Since the lawsuit became known, ABC has pulled Bryan Singer's name from promotions, and Singer canceled recent planned appearances as well, with one involving the Vice President of the United States.
(pictured: Bryan Singer)