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Egan Names Three More in Singer Sex Abuse Lawsuit, Including Masters of the Universe Director Gary Goddard

Egan Names Three More in Singer Sex Abuse Lawsuit, Including Masters of the Universe Director Gary Goddard

Michael Egan's lawyer named Garth Ancier, David Neuman and Gary Goddard as part of a "Hollywood sex ring."

Source: THR

Last week, Michael Egan filed a lawsuit against X-Men director Bryan Singer, alleging that Singer used his money, power, and influence to sexually assault Egan and force him to stay quiet. In the wake of the lawsuit, Singer cancelled an appearance at Wonder Con to promote the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past, while at the same time calling the claims "completely without merit" and claiming to have evidence, including receipts and witnesses, proving he was not even in Hawaii at the time that the assaults allegedly took place.

While the facts are not going to be easy to sort out, things continue to heat up. Egan's lawyer, Jeff Herman, held a press conference where he told reporters, "We’ve alleged that there’s a Hollywood sex ring. One of many Hollywood sex rings." Egan's mother was also present, claiming that she has been trying to get the media to cover the allegations for years, but no journalists had the courage to stand up to powerful Hollywood executives.

Garth Ancier is a television executive who has worked at Fox, NBC, The WB, and the BBC. David Neuman is a TV exec who has worked for Disney and CNN. Gary Goddard is the CEO of the Goddard Group, a Hollywood design firm, a former Disney Imagineer, and director the 1987 Masters of the Universe movie. Neuman has denied the charges in a series of tweets:








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