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A lawsuit was filed yesterday accusing X-Men director Bryan Singer of sexually assaulting a male teen who was 14 or 15 at the time. According to the suit, the teen is now about 30, and he says in his filing that he went to a party in Encino and Singer was present and offered the teen booze and then performed oral sex on the teen and then forced the teen to also perform oral sex on Singer. According to the suit, this was not the only encounter the pair had. On another occasion the teen said that Singer flew the teen to Hawaii and gave the teen coke and promised him a role in movies if he would have sex with Singer. Singer's attorney said the lawsuit is filled with lies and denies anything like this ever happened and that it is a blatant publicity grab. Apparently the party the teen went to was notorious for older men having sex with teens. The attorney for the teen said he would be filing additional suits against other top Hollywood players accusing them of similar behavior.
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