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Director Bryan Singer Accused of Raping 17-Year-Old Male in 2003

Director Bryan Singer Accused of Raping 17-Year-Old Male in 2003

Will Hollywood’s dark history of child molestation finally catch up with it?

Do you remember back in 2014 a story that popped up about power director Bryan Singer, the man behind X-Men and The Usual Suspects? A male actor claimed that Singer hosted orgies where men and the director repeatedly raped him as a minor. Sources told TMZ that these types of orgies are common. Author Bret Easton Ellis said he knew all about Singer’s parties with boys and powerful men for years because he dated a man who participated and other gay men told him all about the parties at a dinner party in 2007.

Ever since the fall of Harvey Weinstein and others, I’ve been wondering and hoping Bryan Singer’s name would pop up again. It finally has. A man has sued Singer for allegedly raping him in 2003 when he was only 17-years-old.

Alleged Rape

From TMZ:

According to the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, Singer was on a yacht in the Seattle area back in 2003 … a yacht owned by wealthy tech investor, Lester Waters. The suit claims it was a party populated by young gay males, including the plaintiff, Cesar Sanchez-Guzman.

The suit claims Singer offered to take Guzman, who was 17 at the time, on a tour of the yacht. When they got to one of the rooms, the suit alleges Singer thrust his body on Guzman, forced him to the floor, shoved Guzman’s face against his crotch and demanded he perform oral sex.

The suit claims Singer pulled out his penis, smacked Guzman in the face with it and forced it into his mouth. Guzman claims he pleaded with Singer to stop, but he kept going … causing him to choke.

The suit goes on to allege Singer then forcibly performed oral sex on Guzman. Guzman says he again pleaded with Singer to stop, to no avail. He says Singer then forcibly anally penetrated him, all while ignoring Guzman’s pleas.

Guzman claimed that Singer approached him later and waved his power of Hollywood at him. From The New York Times:

“Later, Bryan Singer approached Cesar and told him that he was a producer in Hollywood and that he could help Cesar get into acting as long as Cesar never said anything about the incident,” according to the lawsuit, which was filed on Thursday in a court in King County, Wash. “He then told Cesar that no one would believe him if he ever reported the incident, and that he could hire people who are capable of ruining someone’s reputation.”

Singer denies the allegations like he did last time. His representative said that Singer “will vehemently defend this lawsuit to the very end” and then “he will pursue his own claims for malicious prosecution.”

Past Claims

Like I noted above, Singer’s alleged lust for young boys came out in 2014 when actor Michael Egan made allegations against him. From TMZ:

The home where the sexually-charged pool parties allegedly occurred was in Encino. It used to be owned by Suge Knight, who sold it Marc Collins-Rector. Suge is not involved in the case, but Egan says Collins-Rector was one of the main perps. Criminal charges were filed against Collins-Rector — he copped a plea to one count of having sex with a minor. Attorney Herman says Collins-Rector has fled the country.

Egan says the men at the party would pour liquor down his throat and then sexually assault him. In one case he says Collins-Rector put a gun in his mouth and threatened him.

Egan says other minors were also abused, and Herman vows to file 3 or 4 more lawsuits against the alleged perps by next Thursday.

Egan went on to say there was a “no swimsuit” rule in the pool, and he was raped numerous times by numerous individuals.

I was just Googling “Bryan Singer orgies” and came across this article at The Huffington Post back in 2011. (The article is a report on an article from The Advocate, but the link to that article no longer works) Gay director Roland Emmerich dished all about his gay pool parties, which “have become renowned within Los Angeles’ LGBT community.” Guess who is mentioned? Singer (emphasis mine):

“Four or five years ago I kind of proposed to [‘X Men’ director Bryan Singer] that it should be no more than 400 [people]. You know what Bryan said? ‘You want to make it that exclusive?’ I said, ‘Are you kidding me?’ But then I kind of realized when [Singer] makes a New Year’s party there’s like 600, 700 twinks running around and he’s hiding in his room. That’s quite typical.”

Emmerich estimates that the last party they hosted, in 2009, drew 1,200 guests. “I didn’t know anybody anymore because all my friends said, ‘Oh, fuck it, I’m leaving.’ I said, ‘No more. This is becoming a circuit party.’” Indeed, photos on gay blogs make the whole thing look like the prelude to an orgy, but Emmerich insists that whatever happened, he didn’t partake. “We had security, and I said, ‘I’m going to bed now. Just throw them all out.’’”


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I wonder why there is no criminal complaint. An accusation of forcible rape needs no hard evidence these days, just an accusation, and I’m pretty sure the alleged timeframe is within any statute of limitations.