As has been well documented sexual abuse is rampant in Hollywood. Michael Egan III is coming forward with allegations spanning some 15 years starting when he was just a minor. The case accuses A-list director Bryan Singer, veteran television executive Garth Ancier, former Disney executive David Neuman, and producer Gary Goddard of raping and drugging underage boys at the Encino estate of Marc Collins-Rector. All four men worked together with Digital Entertainment Network.
Egan has accused all four of sexual misconduct to a level that could supply material for episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit for years to come. Egan alleges in his complaint that all four men drugged him and forced him into sex at parties in Encino and Hawaii — starting when Egan was a mere 15 years old. The case has been filed in Hawaii as that is the location of some of the events that occurred. The state also favors the plaintiff on the statute of limitations since the events date back some 15 years.
Egan alleges that he was threatened at gunpoint on multiple occasions and forced to have sex with the men. Egan was also one of several young men to make such allegations in lawsuits filed against Collins-Rector, and others some 14 years ago — court cases in which the plaintiffs won $4.5 million from Collins-Rector by default because he had fled the country. The picture painted by this lawsuit was not a pretty one and showing multiple young men with consistent stories alleging they were “sexually and physically abused,” “forced … through coercion or subversion to consume controlled substances and/or prescription drugs” and “threatened with physical injury and economic harm.” They cited a list of drugs allegedly pushed on them, including “Valium, Vicodin, Xanax, Percocet, marijuana, hashish, Ecstasy and Rufinol” — the date-rape drug.
By far the most high-profile of the four defendants is Singer, 48, whose career began with the 1995 film The Usual Suspects, of which actor Kevin Spacey won his first Oscar, and continued through with the X-Men movie franchise. Singer also made the 1998 film Apt Pupil, a thriller about a high school student that discovers a fugitive Nazi war criminal hiding in his neighborhood. Complaints arose during filming of Singer requiring underage extras to strip naked for hours while he shot a shower scene. Additional complaints arose from Singer’s film Superman Returns in 2006.
Hollywood Reporter details the allegations of various victims with a familiar refrain –
According to a harrowing account in now-defunct Radar magazine, a plaintiff named as Mike E. claimed he was sexually assaulted by Collins-Rector, Shackley and Pierce while under the influence of drugs given to him without his knowledge. The account adds that another alleged victim, Daniel, was said to have written a suicide note reading in part: “I can’t go on. I let them use me as a sex tool.” (The note was discovered before a suicide attempt could be made.)
Another alleged victim was said to have made similar allegations and shot a video to document the house’s copious drug supply: a bag filled with Percocet, Vicodin, Xanax, Valium, marijuana and Ecstasy. There also were accusations that Collins-Rector would intimidate his victims by brandishing a gun. “Do you know what I can do with this,” he would say, leveling the barrel at them, “and get away with it?”
What is remarkable is Egan’s mother, Bonnie Mound, claimed during an April 21 news conference that her attempts to report her son’s abuse to the FBI had fallen on deaf ears. In fact, a 2003 affidavit filed by Special Agent Joseph Brine confirms Mound’s assertions about Egan’s abuse.
During the news conference, Egan’s mother calls out several NOTABLE FBI officials by their name, stating –
“I’d like to say to Special Agent Joseph Brine: You came to our house once. You interviewed Mike once. You called me a couple times after. I continued to call you. I continued to write certified, return-receipt letters to you. Everything went silent. What did you do then, Mr. Brine? I’d also like to say to Mr. J. Stephen Tidwell, FBI Los Angeles: Why’d you ignore my certified, return-receipt letters? Mr. David Johnson, FBI, J. Edgar Hoover Building, Washington, D.C.: Why did you ignore my certified, return-receipt letters? And Mr. Robert Mueller III, Director of FBI , J. Edgar Hoover Building, Washington, D.C.: Why did you ignore my certified, return-receipt letters?”
Yes, that is the SAME Mueller listed as Special Counsel in the Trump Russia collusion case. The VERY same Mueller implicated by Wikileaks in the Uranium One debacle. The EXACT same Mueller all over the news today with his indictment of Paul Manafort on 12-year-old charges that had nothing whatsoever to do with the Trump campaign.
It seems Mueller allowed the rape and sexual assault of young boys to go on unabated and unpunished for decades with nothing….no charges, no penalty….NOTHING! In doing nothing, he allowed young boys to continue to be victimized and additional victims to be created. His behavior is nothing less than reprehensible as is that of the others with the FBI mentioned that chose to ignore evil, predatory behavior when presented.
The question begs to be asked – what exactly IS the purpose of the FBI if they cannot even be bothered to protect the innocent and the vulnerable from being drugged and forcibly raped at gunpoint? Is it merely a political organization used to go after those political opponents the powers that be deem expendable? Is it simply the establishment in Washington, D.C.’s very own Gestapo? It certainly seems that way.
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