Michael Egan – the guy accusing X-Men director Bryan Singer of sexual assault – has added three more Hollywood bigwigs into his list of sexual abusers: Garth Ancier, David Neuman and Gary Goddard.
In a news conference, Egan announced that he has filed lawsuits against the three for drugging and raping him several times in convicted sex offender Marc Collins-Rector’s Encino Estate and in Hawaii.
According to the lawsuits, Egan alleges that Ancier forcefully fondled, sodomized and performed oral sex on him several times in the estate when he was 15. Ancier allegedly abused him again when he was 17.
And as for Neuman and Goddard, Egan alleges that they were part of a Hollywood sex ring, who several times drugged and made him drunk before sexually abusing him at the estate and in Hawaii.
Ancier is a former president of FOX Entertainment, WB, BC Worldwide, NBC and Disney Television. He was behind big movies like 21 Jump Street, Married … with Children, The Simpsons and In Living Color (FOX), Home Improvement (Disney) and The West Wing (NBC).
Goddard produced the Broadway films, as well as directed the 1987 film Masters of the Universe helping design amusement parks for Universal Studios and Six Flags.
Neuman once served as president of Disney Television and chief programming officer of CNN. He is currently the president of Blackrock Productions.
During the press conference, Egan’s mom cried uncontrollably while trying to explain why she let her underage son mingle with the Hollywood honchos in the mostly wild adult parties, saying they seemed like nice dudes back then (video below).