'X-Men' director Bryan Singer accused of raping teenage boy


In 1997, a 14-year-old extra accused Singer in a lawsuit of asking him and other minors to film a nude shower scene for the film "Apt Pupil".

Singer had been fired from a film this week after being absent from production, spurring some rumors that he was the next to be hit by sexual harassment claims.

The famed X-Men director is well known for hosting lavish parties attended by young men you might call "twinks".

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.

Cesar claims Singer told him he was a Hollywood producer who could "help" start his acting career as "long as Cesar never said anything about the incident". During the party, it is alleged that Singer offered Sanchez-Guzman a tour of the boat and then trapped him in a room where he "forced him into acts of oral and anal sex". The suit adds that Singer also forcibly performed oral sex on Guzman, and then he anally raped the boy. "Guzman claims he pleaded with Singer to stop, but he kept going. causing him to choke".

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In 2014, Singer faced a civil lawsuit from Egan, who claimed Singer and other Hollywood executives sexually assaulted him 15 years earlier. Singer allegedly also warned Sanchez-Guzman that if he came forward with his story, he would not be believed, and that Singer had the resources to ruin him. The allegations did not hold up in court, and the charges were ultimately dismissed. Guzman is suing for "emotional distress, mental anguish, and physical and mental pain".

"The lawsuit was filed by the same lawyer who represented Michel Egan".

It is now unclear whether or not Twentieth Century Fox, the studio behind Bohemian Rhapsody, knew about the allegations outlined in the new lawsuit.

In 2015, Egan was sentenced to two years in federal prison in an unrelated fraud case.