“X-Men” director Bryan Singer has been sued again for rape, this time for allegedly sodomizing a 17-year-old boy after forcing him to perform oral sex.
The plaintiff, Cesar Sanchez-Guzman, claims Singer raped him in 2003 during a party aboard a yacht.
In his bombshell lawsuit, Guzman — who was 17 at the time — says Singer took him on a tour of the yacht. (**Warning: graphic language**)
When they came to a room, Singer allegedly pushed Guzman’s face against his crotch, pulled out his penis, and shoved it into his mouth. Guzman says Singer then forcibly sodomized him, ignoring his pleas to stop.
The famed “Usual Suspects” director denied the allegations. But this is not the first time Singer has been sued for rape.
In 2014, former teen model/actor Michael Egan filed a lawsuit claiming Singer sexually assaulted him when he was a minor. Egan later dropped the suit, saying he couldn’t find a new lawyer to represent him.
In his complaint, Egan said child molesters in Hollywood routinely groom young boys and rape them at lurid sex parties (video below).
Egan said he was repeatedly sodomized at Hollywood parties by film moguls, who thought they could get away with it because studios looked the other way as long as the execs made money for them.
Egan’s accusations mirror those of many child actors, like Corey Feldman, the late Corey Haim, and “Lord of the Rings” star Elijah Wood, who detailed how predatory Hollywood executives threw parties where they invited young boys, sexually molested them, and passed them around to each other.
In 2011, Feldman said child sex abuse is rampant in show business. “The No. 1 problem in Hollywood was, is, and always will be pedophilia,” he said. “I was surrounded by pedophiles.”
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