Bryan Singer Accuser Files New Lawsuit Against Three Others: Who Are They?
There's a dark update that makes a sad story even sadder. The man who accused Bryan Singer of sexually assaulting him when he was 15 years old has now called out three other Hollywood heavyweights with similar accusations. Michael Egan named Garth Ancier, David Neuman and Gary Goddard in a new lawsuit, claiming sexual assault from all three men. Ancier is best known for being the man who created the dramatic Ricki Lake Show. Neuman is the former president of Disney TV, and Goddard is a Broadway producer. All three men's careers would surely be affected by the lawsuit's success.
The lawsuit states, according to TMZ: "Ancier sexually abused Egan numerous times by sodomizing him, forcing oral sex and fondling him — when he was 15. The suit goes on to allege sexual abuse in Hawaii 2 years later."
Egan, a former Disney star, is now 31 and he and his lawyer are holding a news conference to talk about the new allegations. Apparently, the three men he's accusing abused him during trips to Hawaii.
The original lawsuit filed against X-Men director Bryan Singer claims Egan was raped by Singer, forced to ingest alcohol and cocaine, and was forced to perform other explicit sexual acts against his will in order to receive the promise of parts in upcoming Singer films.