Here is a little peek behind the curtain, to bring us up to date on what the Tinseltown wizards who fabricate our culture for us have been up to in their personal lives:
Famous Hollywood director Bryan Singer has been accused in a new federal lawsuit of sexually abusing a 15-year-old boy.
Apparently it wasn’t entirely a private one-on-one sort of thing, but part of a social event with broader participation.
The suit, filed Wednesday in federal court in Hawaii, accused the 48-year-old “X-Men” filmmaker of first preying on the 15-year-old aspiring actor at a party at a California mansion where underage boys were plied with drugs and alcohol and taken advantage of.
A love story suitable for modern Hollyweird took root.
[Attorney Jeff] Herman identified the accuser as Michael Egan III. Egan, who is now in his 30s and will appear at a Thursday news conference at the Four Seasons Hotel in L.A., was forcibly sodomized by the director when he was 15 in the late-1990s, according to the suit. Singer had promised Egan a role in one of his movies and had numerous sexual encounters with the boy when he was 15 and 16, Herman told The News. Singer also allegedly brought Egan to Hawaii for multiple extended trips when he was 17.
Herman has experience representing the victims of sexual “diversity” in the sewer we know as the entertainment industry:
Herman, who represented five young men who claimed they were sexually abused by Kevin Clash, the puppeteer for beloved Sesame Street muppet Elmo, said the Singer suit shows that Hollywood has a problem of sexual exploitation of minors. He said there are other victims and promised that numerous other cases would be filed.
More on Kevin Clash can be found here.
Corey Feldman won’t be much surprised to hear any of this. The former child star has gone public on the homosexual abuse of young boys that is common in Tinseltown.
We can expect that movies will be employed to inject this depravity into the mainstream, as has been done in the past for the communism and hatred of all things traditionally American that are similarly prevalent in the industry.
The allegations against Singer are alarming:
“Singer flagrantly disregarded plaintiff’s unwillingness to submit, and forced plaintiff’s head underwater to make plaintiff perform oral sex upon him. When plaintiff pulled his head out of the water in order to breathe, defendant Singer demanded that he continue which plaintiff refused,” the suit went on. “Defendant Singer then forced plaintiff to continue performing oral sex upon him outside of the pool, and subsequently forcibly sodomized plaintiff.”
At our current rate of decay, this scene will be suitable for primetime network programming within a few years.
No one would trust John Dillinger to run a bank. Why do we trust the sort of people who run Hollywood to safeguard our culture?
Singer. You can see why spending on AIDS is a priority in Hollyweird.
On a tip from Sean C.