American Dissident Voices broadcast of April 19, 2014
by Kevin Alfred Strom
A WINDOW INTO the strange and sick world of Jewish Hollywood was opened earlier this week when a young man named Michael Egan courageously filed a lawsuit taking on a multimillionaire film mogul and current darling of the media, Jewish film director Bryan Singer. (ILLUSTRATION: Singer, dressed as a priest, at a costume event with young “friends.”)
In his suit, Mr. Egan alleges that Singer — creator of the popular X-Men films and producer of the television show House, MD — repeatedly homosexually raped him at Hollywood orgies when he was a teenager. Egan says that “he and other minors were passed around like pieces of meat at sex parties, and he claims Singer was not alone.” These events happened in the late 1990s, according to Egan, when he was lured by Singer and others into accepting employment with Marc Rector’s Digital Entertainment Network for $1,500 a week with little or no real duties except showing up at parties and being flown in a private jet to “attractive locations” with other teenage boys, starting when he was 15. Rector owned the estate where Egan says the coercive sexual acts took place.