An excellent job of reporting by BuzzFeed reporter Adam Vary. This is the stuff I wish I had time to research and write. It is an in depth piece about the parties that Bryan Singer throws and attends and how the teens who attend the parties are located and brought to Singer. None of the people interviewed said that Singer abused them or raped them, but it is a very interesting story and apparently if you are over the age of 19, you have no shot with Singer. To read the whole thing, click here. Below is an excerpt.
To scout for attractive young men to attend his parties, Singer has relied on a network of friends, according to multiple sources. First among them is Wayne Castro (44 years old, according to public records), whose Twitter biography lists his professions as a “fashion photographer, producer, [and] event promoter.”
“He’s been friends with Bryan for years — very much a confidant,” said another friend of Singer’s, who added that he is one of the scouts who has connected Singer with young men the director might have wanted to meet.
Castro, according to the partygoing insider, is a regular presence at the 18-and-over gay club night called TigerHeat, which happens every Thursday night at the Hollywood club Avalon. There, Castro maintains a VIP list and produces the “Heaven Lounge” at the event, as well as house parties that happen either the same night or on subsequent nights. “He’s more like a personal assistant [to Singer], in a way,” said the partygoer. “He’s booking Bryan’s [private plane] flights and stuff like that.” (Castro has not responded to repeated messages, emails, and phone calls asking for comment for this story.)
According to the partygoer, another friend of Singer’s, aspiring writer Tommy Johnson, hosts regular parties at his apartment in a historic Hollywood building before the TigerHeat nights, and “the people who usually go to Tommy’s parties usually end up going to these actual big parties and other parties that Bryan has — it’s all kind of a chain link and it all links together to get to Bryan.”
Johnson, who declined to give his age, adamantly denied those claims.