ABC To Remove Bryan Singer’s Name From Ads For His New Show Amid Lawsuit

BuzzFeed has confirmed that ABC will re-cut currently airing commercials for its new drama, Black Box.

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Singer (left), and Kelly Reilly, star of Black Box (right).

Amid the current controversy swirling around X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer, sources confirm to BuzzFeed that ABC will re-edit commercials for its new drama Black Box to remove any mention of Singer, the show’s executive producer.

When reached via email, ABC had no comment.

Singer is the subject of a new lawsuit alleging he drugged and sexually abused a minor in 1999. Singer’s lawyer called the accusations “absurd and defamatory.”

Black Box is scheduled to premiere April 24.

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