Lawsuits alleging the sexual abuse of minors in a Hollywood pedophilia ring were filed in Hawaii Monday against three prominent Hollywood executives: David Neuman, Gary Goddard, and Garth Ancier. The suits were announced at the Four Seasons Hotel by Jeff Herman, the attorney representing Michael Egan, the man who alleges he was sexually abused by “X-Men” director Bryan Singer as a teen.
Variety reports that:
Ancier is the former president of BBC Worldwide America and headed the Fox entertainment group while Neuman is the former president of Disney TV.
Goddard heads a design firm in Los Angeles which has created theme park attractions for Universal Studios.
Herman is a Florida-based sexual assault attorney who represented the alleged-victims of Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash.
Through his attorney, Singer has denied the allegations and has threatened a countersuit. Singer also claims to have proof he was not in Hawaii when Egan claims he was drugged and raped by the director.
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