X-Men director Singer and attorneys on both sides of the case agreed to settle the lawsuit for $100,000 in June, a document obtained by BuzzFeed shows. But Michael Egan, the man suing Singer for sex abuse, refused to agree to the settlement. Now, Egan’s lawyer has dropped him. Another document shows that three other people — two of them previously undisclosed — had retained a lawyer to sue Singer.
With his film’s estimated $111 million debut over the four-day Memorial Day holiday, the embattled director finally has some good news.
Known for surrounding himself with beautiful young men, X-Men director Bryan Singer has found his private life under intense scrutiny due to a lawsuit alleging sex abuse. BuzzFeed investigates Singer’s tangled network of power, money, sex, and gay Hollywood.
Singer’s publicist released a statement on April 24 confirming this story.
Everything you need to know about the lawsuit alleging that the X-Men: Days of Future Past director drugged and sexually abused an underage boy in 1999.
In the wake of the lawsuit filed against Singer alleging the director sexually assaulted a teenager, Singer will not be doing interviews at the fan convention.