Bryan Singer Accuser Alleges Abuse by Three More Hollywood Executives

Michael Egan, the man who is accusing X-Men director Bryan Singer of raping him when he was 17 years old, filed three more lawsuits today alleging abuse by the following people: Garth Ancier, Gary Goddard and David Neuman.

Jeff Herman, Egan's attorney, said in a press conference today that all three men, like Singer, abused Egan at the home of convicted sex offender Marc Collins-Rector, as well as at an estate in Hawaii. According to Herman, the lawsuits allege that the three men supplied Egan with drugs and alcohol and coerced him into sex between the ages of 15 and 17.

Ancier, pictured above, is, according to his Linkedin, the one-time president of entertainment at FOX and the WB who also served as the president of BBC Worldwide, NBC and Disney Television. He now runs a firm called Quad Media Partners. Goddard has mostly produced Broadway plays, though he did direct the 1987 film Masters of the Universe while also putting in extensive work designing amusement park rides for Universal Studios and Six Flags. Neuman, per his Linkedin, is the current president of Blackrock Productions, but he once served as president of Disney Television and chief programming officer of CNN.

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