Michael Egan, the man accusing Bryan Singer of molestation when he was a minor, claims Singer was not alone in committing such a crime against him.
Now 30, Egan says he was repeatedly sodomized at Hollywood parties by various entertainment industry moguls, and told the cops, who took zero action.
Egan says his mother went to the FBI and LAPD in 2000 and he was even interviewed by investigators, and he has no idea what happened to the case.
According to Egan, he sued two men who he alleges molested him at parties back in 2000, but the X-Men director was not named in that lawsuit.
Egan did not say why Bryan Singer was not named then, but did explain why it took him so long to come forward with the accusations in general.
The accusations the aspiring actor made are disturbing, to say the least.
The home where these sexually-charged Hollywood pool parties allegedly occurred was in Encino, Calif., and was owned by Marc Collins-Rector.
Criminal charges were filed against Collins-Rector, who copped a plea to one count of having sex with a minor and fled the country, Egan's camp says.
Egan says Collins-Rector put a gun in his mouth and threatened him, while Hollywood bigwigs poured liquor down his throat and sexually assaulted him.
He went on to say there was a "no swimsuit" rule in the pool, and he was raped numerous times by various individuals and threatened to stay quiet.
Egan's lawyer, Jeff Herman, said at a press conference that "Hollywood moguls have been abusing their positions of authority to exploit children sexually."
Herman vows to file 3-4 more lawsuits against the alleged perpetrators.
For his part, Bryan Singer's lawyer categorically denies the allegations made by Egan against his client and says that the story is absurd and defamatory.