X-Men director Bryan Singer accused of sexual abuse

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LOS ANGELES, CA – You know the famous X-Men movies based on the Marvel Comics superheroes?

Series director Bryan Singer is one of three men accused of doing some X-rated things to young boys at Hollywood parties.

Michael Egan is a 31-year-old actor who claims that he was sexually abused from age 15 to 17 and was forced to use cocaine. Egan said in a press conference in Los Angeles, “I was raped numerous times in that house, by numerous individuals.”

Singer’s attorney, Marty Singer believes the accusations are an attempt to draw the wrong kind of attention to the film and hinder box office sales.

For the latest X-Men film, ‘Days of Future Past’ is set to be released May 23rd.

It doesn’t appear the lawsuit will do that; Fox released a statement claiming “this is a personal matter, which Bryan Singer and his representatives are addressing separately.”

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