Three Hollywood Executives Accused Of Sexual Abuse Published: April 22, 2014

Three Hollywood executives were accused of sexual abuse Monday in lawsuits filed by the man who last week accused "X-Men" director Bryan Singer of sexually abusing him, according to BuzzFeed.

Garth Ancier, Gary Goddard, and David Neuman allegedly sexually abused Michael Egan during parties at an Encino, Calif., mansion and on trips to Hawaii, the suits, which were filed in a federal court in Hawaii, state. The allegations against Singer, which he has denied, took place at the same parties and trips. Egan, 31, says he was 15 when the abuse first occurred.

The men each allegedly fondled or groped Egan, sodomized him, forced him to engage in oral copulation and encouraged him to consume drugs or alcohol, according to the suits. Egan’s attorney Jeff Herman described them as part of a larger “Hollywood sex ring” at a press conference Monday.

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