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A new lawsuit is being filed today by the same attorney who previously filed a lawsuit against Bryan Singer claiming he sexually assaulted a teen. The victim in the new lawsuit was a 17 year old teen in London who accuses Singer and Gary Goddard (who was also previously sued) of sexually assaulting him in a hotel room. They began touching him and when the teen started to refuse another man was brought into the hotel room who started beating the teen so he would comply. The teen says Singer assaulted him and molested him but never actually had sex with him. He says that he finally ceded to certain sexual demands of Singer because he didn't want to be raped. Singer's lawyer denied the charges brought against Bryan Singer and says, like he did before, that this is simply a shakedown. I guess he will keep saying that until there are a whole lot more people who come forward. I wonder if there will be a trial or if this will settle and go away quietly long before we reach that stage. The longer this goes on, the more names will come to light.
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