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.
All four men accused of sexual abuse by Michael Egan have now filed motion to dismiss the cases. Individuals close to former NBC President Garth Ancier and Michael Egan wrote in declarations Ancier wasn’t on trips to Hawaii where he’s accused of abuse.
Letters, emails, and items from the London premiere of Superman Returns are at the center of a new case against Bryan Singer and Gary Goddard. Also: a photo of the plaintiff and Goddard.
Lawyer Jeff Herman files a second suit against the X-Men director, and accuses the two men of assaulting another underage boy. Heated denials from Singer and Goddard.
Attorney Martin Singer called the filing of lawsuit accusing Bryan Singer of sexual abuse last week “reckless and irresponsible.” He said the director was shooting a movie out of the country when the abuse allegedly occurred.