‘X-Men’ Director Accused Of Sexually Abusing Underage Boy

X-Men: Days of Future Past” is scheduled to be released next month, but the director of the film, Bryan Singer, might be too busy dealing with a lawsuit to celebrate.

The famous “X-Men” director is being accused of sexually abusing a former child model back in the 1990s. In a lawsuit filed yesterday, Michael Egan III, claims the director forced him into sex parties when he was just 17-years-old.

According to the suit, Egan joined the sex ring because there were promises of auditions for modeling, acting and even commercial jobs, which would help his career. The lawsuit does not accuse Singer of being the one who lured Egan into the sex ring, but it does accuse him of some pretty disgusting things.


Egan claims he saw Singer at several parties, and that Singer would force him into sex. He’s also accused of giving the 17-year-old boy drugs, and threatening the boy when he turned down his advances.

Singer’s attorney, Marty Singer, claims this lawsuit is just a publicity stunt.

“It is obvious that this case was filed in an attempt to get publicity at the time when Bryan’s new movie is about to open in a few weeks.”

These alleged sex parties took place in California and Hawaii. Egan is filing the lawsuit in Hawaii because of a state law that temporarily suspends the statute of limitations in cases dealing with sexual abuse.

Egan’s attorney also claims this case is just the beginning…

“Hollywood has a problem with the sexual exploitation of children. This is the first of many cases I will be filing to give these victims a voice and to expose the issue.”

We’ll keep you updated. We certainly hope Bryan Singer wasn’t directing “XXX-Boys” before he was directing “X-Men.”