It seems as though everyone in Hollywood had raped Michael Egan as a teenager, or so claims the 31-year-old currently suing four major Hollywood players whilst shopping a documentary about child sex abuse.
Last week, Egan brought a suit against X-Men director Bryan Singer, in which he claimed the 48-year-old had forcibly raped him multiple times at drug-fueled events that provided underage boys as sexual servants to Hollywood’s most prolific power gays. This week during a press conference, he opened the suit up to include three more alleged rapists — former President of BBC Worldwide America Garth Ancier, former Disney TV President David Neuman, and Broadway producer Gary Goddard.
All four men have denied the allegations, and Singer has reportedly provided proof that he wasn’t even in Hawaii during times the suit claims he raped Egan at an estate in Hawaii.
Today, Gary Goddard speaks for the first time regarding the allegations through his lawyer. In a statement to TMZ, Goddard revealed he was also not even in Hawaii at the time:
Mr. Goddard was not in Hawaii with Mr. Egan. He did not molest or touch or annoy Mr. Egan or commit any of the acts alleged. Also, he did not furnish drugs or alcohol to any minor at any time.
Wonder who’s next…