‘Hollywood Sex Ring’ Suit Snares Three More Industry Figures

The mother of the man alleging director Bryan Singer sexually abused him wept during Monday’s press conference announcing three more Hollywood figures would face similar lawsuits.

Bonnie Mound anticipated some of the questions the reporters at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills had on their minds and answered them before the official questioning began.

“Do you call this fame?” said Mound, sitting next to her son, Michael Egan, and his lawyer Jeff Herman during the event which announced three new lawsuits against industry players. “What part of this is fame? Do you think we like it?”

The press conference revealed that Garth Ancier, David Neuman and Gary Goddard were also being sued by Egan for sexually abusing him during Hollywood sex ring-style parties when Egan was a minor.

Ancier previously served as head of programming for Fox, NBC and The WB, while Neuman formerly oversaw Disney TV and worked at CNN as the news channel’s chief programming officer. Goddard’s LA-based design work includes Universal Studios as a client, and he has produced a series of Broadway productions.

Singer of X-Men fame has vehemently denied the allegations and, through his lawyer, promised to countersue. The director also claims he has credit card bills which will prove he wasn’t in Hawaii at the time the alleged sexual crimes detailed in the lawsuit took place.


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