Michael Egan and his attorney held a press conference yesterday to announce the filing of three additional lawsuits to make good on their promise last week that the suits were coming. Last week Egan sued Bryan Singer and accused him of sexually abusing him when he was a teen. The three men named yesterday are not directors but they are big names in Hollywood. They are Garth Ancier, Gary Goddard and David Neuman.
All three are accused of sexually abusing Egan while he was between 15-17 years old at the home of convicted sex offender Marc Collins Rector.
Ancier was the first head of programming at FOX. Neuman is the former President of Disney. Goddard also worked at Disney before producing Broadway shows. Neuman and Goddard denied the allegations and called them all lies. Ancier could not be reached for comment by any news organization.
Egan's attorney said there will be many more victims like Egan who will be speaking over the next several weeks so this is not going to fade away. It is going to be front and center and the stories will probably become more sensational. Singer's attorney continues to deny the charges alleged against his client. Meanwhile, Singer himself has skipped every event he was scheduled to attend to promote the new X-Men movie.