Lawyer Who Sued Bryan Singer And Other Hollywood Figures Apologizes
Jeff Herman had filed a number of civil lawsuits alleging that several entertainment executives had sexually abused an underage actor. The attorney now concedes some of the allegations were false but his apology does not mention Singer.
Bryan Singer Accuser Drops Sex Abuse Suit But Could File Again
Michael Egan, the man who accused Hollywood director Bryan Singer of sexually abusing him when he was a minor, had his case voluntarily dismissed in federal court in Hawaii. An attorney advising Egan said he hopes to file a new lawsuit at a later date.
Exclusive: Document Shows Attorneys For Bryan Singer And His Accuser Agreed To Settle Sex Abuse Lawsuit
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.
Found: The Elusive Man At The Heart Of The Hollywood Sex Abuse Scandal
Digital pioneer Marc Collins-Rector lost millions before he vanished, believing that movie mogul David Geffen wanted to destroy him. Now he's broke and alone — but the sex scandal he left behind continues to consume Hollywood. Update: Details from an official report about Collins-Rector’s arrest in Spain have been added.
Bryan Singer Accuser Files Three New Sexual Assault Lawsuits Against Unnamed Defendants
The lawsuits allege that three Hollywood moguls drugged and raped Michael Egan when he was underage. It remains unclear whether the defendants in the new complaints include Singer and the other people Egan sued in April.
Former NBC President Accused In Hollywood Sex Ring Case Files Motion To Dismiss
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.
Exclusive: Bryan Singer Accuser Maintained Close Ties To One Of His Alleged Attackers
"When do you think you will have some time to hang out?" Michael Egan wrote to a man he later alleged was abusing him. "What's the plan with the house in Spain...Am I moving in?" Egan's lawyer calls the emails evidence that Egan was a "compliant victim."
Man Accused In Hollywood Sex Ring Cases Provides Evidence He Says Proves His Innocence
Copies of daily planners, calendars, and receipts from Gary Goddard were offered as evidence that he was never in Hawaii when the alleged abuse of Michael Egan took place, in a motion to dismiss the case against him filed on Thursday.
Exclusive: Man Suing Bryan Singer Said He Never Traveled To Hawaii, Where He Alleges Rapes Occurred
In a deposition in 2003, Michael Egan swore under oath that he had never traveled outside the continental United States during the time he now says he was assaulted by Singer. "I'm not sure how he interpreted the continental United States," Egan's lawyer said.
Mystery Man At Center Of Alleged Hollywood Sex Ring Has Vanished
Marc Collins-Rector is named in court documents as the man who hosted parties where Hollywood executives would allegedly sexually abuse teenage boys. He hasn't been seen by U.S. authorities since 2007, and BuzzFeed is attempting to locate him. If you have any information about his whereabouts, email email@example.com.
Bryan Singer's Attorney Says 100 Witnesses Will Disprove Allegations Against X-Men Director
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.
Alleged Bryan Singer Associate Was Sued In 2000 For Sexual Abuse By X-Men Actor
Marc Collins-Rector — who allegedly hosted parties where he, Bryan Singer, and others sexually abused teenage boys — was sued in 2000 by three people for sexual abuse. One of them was Alexander Burton, who played Pyro in the first X-Men movie.