Director Bryan Singer’s Sexual Assault Accusers Chorus on New Expose
Written by KFAT on January 29, 2019
Maria Therese Agcopra Agcopra – Fourth Estate Contributor
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ director Bryan Singer has reportedly been hit with new allegations of sexual misconduct towards underage boys.
The new allegations come after the director’s success in the Golden Globe Awards where his film won Best Picture — Drama. The Atlantic reported that the director had sexual encounters with four men when they were still teenagers in the late 1990’s.
According to The Atlantic they have spent12 months investigating Singer’s past of sexual misconducts through lawsuits and allegations against him. They have spoken to almost 50 people but 4 people have come out to tell their stories against the ‘Superman Returns’ director— Victor Valdovinos, who says his genitals were fondled when he was a 13-year old extra on the movie ‘Apt Pupil’; the three others were identified in pseudonyms who allege that they had sexual penetrations and oral sex with Singer when they were minors.
One of the accusers said that Singer would ply his victims with drugs and have sex with them. When the young men were not inebriated, he would also touch them inappropriately without their consent.
After Singer’s firing as Bohemian Rhapsody’s director just a mere three weeks before the film wrapped, he would take another blow from Cesar Sanchez-Guzman, a Seattle man who filed a lawsuit against Singer alleging rape when he was 17-years old.
According to a close source of The Atlantic, the Hollywood industry thought that after producer Harvey Weinstein’s reckoning from the #MeToo movement, Singer would be next.
Singer’s lawyer, Andrew Brettler, has denied all the accusations against Singer.
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