Back in 2003, Michael Egan sued some friends of Bryan Singer and accused them of sexually assaulting him as a teen. He was awarded a significant amount of money but has been unable to collect because the defendants fled the country and no one is exactly sure where they are and none of their money has been found either. In that process leading up to trial, Egan gave a deposition under oath. According to Buzzfeed, Egan was asked if he had ever left the continental United States. He said that he had not. He also specifically stated he had never been to Hawaii although his mother says that her son has been to Hawaii. A primary allegation in Egan's lawsuit is that Singer flew him to Hawaii and assaulted him there after plying him with drugs. Singer's attorney had previously stated that Singer was not even in Hawaii on the dates identified in the lawsuit. Egan's attorney said his client probably misunderstood the term continental United States. Maybe. But asking whether you have been to Hawaii seems like a pretty easy one to answer.