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Bryan Singer is featured in the latest issue of Out magazine, telling the magazine of his sexual orientation:

"I’m quite bisexual."

The interview with the X-Men director was conducted prior to Michael Egan accusing Singer of sexually abusing him as a child, an allegation that was followed a British teenager firing similar charges at Singer.

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"In the last five years, I’ve had two girlfriends - one for two years, one for eight months," says Singer, who denies all sexual abuse accusations. "In the end, it’s probably going to be a guy. I emotionally lean towards male relationships, so I’m happy to say I’m gay, too, if it’s a one-syllable, easy answer."

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Actress Ellen Page has spoken out about allegations that director Bryan Singer molested Michael Egan while the latter was still in his teens.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Page described the charges as "super disturbing," adding, "I guess the truth will come out in the way that does, but it's hard to hear about someone being in that position, someone you like working with."

Page, of course, reprises her role as Kitty Pryde in the upcoming film X-Men: Days of Future Past, which was directed by Singer. 

"Whatever comes of it," Page says. "I do think there's a systemic issue of people in places of power manipulating and abusing young people."

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Director Bryan Singer has already been accused of sexual assault by Michael Egan, a former child actor who alleges that Singer inappropriately touched him while he was still a teen. 

Now, a second accuser has come forward with shocking charges targeted at Singer and Broadway producer Gary Goddard. 

A lawsuit that will reportedly be filed today by Egan's attorney, Jeff Herman, details allegations that Goddard contacted a then-14-year-old boy (the accuser has chosen to remain anonymous) via social media and offered him help with his acting career through such celebrity contacts as Bryan Singer.

Things became increasingly inappropriate from there, culminating in a night in which Singer and Goddard allegedly met up with the boy in London and offered him drugs, after which Singer started "grabbing John Doe in a sexual manner."

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Bryan Singer, the acclaimed director who's been accused of molestation by Michael Egan is today speaking out against the allegations made against him by the former child actor.

Singer issued a statement today saying, "The accusations against me are outrageous, vicious and completely false."

The director added that he will not be participating in promotions for his upcoming film X-Men: Days of Future Past, because he does not want his the charges against him to distract from the movie. 

Curiously, Singer then briefly plugged the film, a move that many will likely consider to be in poor taste.

"I do not want these fictitious claims to divert any attention from X-Men: Days of Future Past," said Singer. "This fantastic film is a labor of love and one of the greatest experiences of my career."

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Broadway producer Gary Goddard has issued a statement through his lawyer denying all allegations made against him by Michael Egan.

Goddard's lawyer spoke with TMZ today and stated that all of Egan's charges are "categorically denied" by his client. 

Last week, Egan accused Bryan Singer of sexual assault, claiming the director repeatedly victimized him while he was still a teenager.

At that time, Egan promised to name more names and has since accused three other Hollywood moguls of molestation.

According to Egan, Goddard is one of the men who took part in an underground "Hollywood sex ring" which targeted teenage boys. 

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After accusing Bryan Singer of sexual molestation, Michael Egan went on to detail similar assaults by other Hollywood executives. Egan is now filing suit against those men, just as he has against Singer.

Egan has revealed more details about the "numerous rapes" by Hollywood moguls that he allegedly endured while still a teenager.

The accused have been identified as Garth Ancier, David Neuman and Gary Goddard, all of them well-known producers.

Egan claims that Ancier sexually assaulted him numerous times at his Encino estate. His suits against Neuman and Goddard allege that both men are part of an underground Hollywood sex ring that preys on teenage boys. 

Egan told reporters at an earlier press conference that 3-4 more suits would follow in the wake of the Singer accusation.

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Bryan Singer is firing back at sexual assault accuser Michael Egan, saying he was not even in the same state during the period he allegedly raped him.

Michael Egan claims in a new lawsuit that the X-Men director anally raped him and forced hard drugs on him during two separate trips to Hawaii in 1999.

Singer will reportedly file credit card bills and various other documents proving he was in Toronto during the time frame in question, shooting the first X-Men.

The 31-year-old man accusing Bryan Singer of sexual assault claims he didn't remember the incident until recently, which Singer also says should clear him.

Egan filed a lawsuit over a series of L.A. pool parties alleging sexual abuse against three other men in 2000, with a clear memory of what they alleged did.

Singer was not named in that lawsuit, despite Egan's claim that at one of these parties, Singer forced Egan to perform oral sex on him when he was just 15.

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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.

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Bryan Singer, the director best known for his work on the X-Men franchise, has been sued by a man who alleges Singer molested him as a child.

In legal documents filed this week, the unnamed accuser (who is approximately 30 years old), claims Singer lured him to a mansion in Encino, California when he was around 14 years old.

The event supposedly had a reputation for featuring "sexual contact between adult males and the many teenage boys who were present for the parties."

According to the lawsuit, Singer plied the teenager with alcohol and promised him a role in an upcoming film.

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