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Bryan Singer Sued For Allegedly Raping 17-Year-Old Boy!

08 December 2017, 05:27 | Winston Chapman

Bryan Singer Sued for Allegedly Sexually Assaulting 17-Year-Old Boy Singer Denies Allegations

Bryan Singer Sued For Allegedly Raping 17-Year-Old — He Denies Claim

TMZ reports that the plaintiff in the case, Cesar Sanchez-Guzman, alleges that when he was 17 years old in 2003, he was assaulted and raped by Singer on a yacht in the Seattle area.

It's said that when they entered one of the rooms, Singer allegedly thrusted his body onto Guzman, forced him to the floor, and shoved the then-minor's face against his crotch, demanding oral sex.

The lawsuit states that the yacht was owned by wealthy tech investor Lester Waters, and that the party was attended by a number of young gay men.

The "X-Men" director has been sued several times for misconduct with underage boys.

After the incident, Singer is reported to have both threatened and intimidated Sanchez-Guzman in order to ensure his silence. According to the suit, which was filed in state court in Seattle, the director then forcibly performed oral sex on Sanchez-Guzman and then anally penetrated him. Guzman claims he pleaded with Singer to stop, but he kept going ... causing him to choke. The statement goes on: "He then told Cesar that no one would believe him if he ever reported the incident, and that he could hire people who are capable of ruining someone's reputation".

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Only three days ago, Singer was sacked from his job directing the Freddy Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, reportedly for being absent too often from the set (Singer said the absences were due to his caring for a sick parent). Singer defended himself publicly, saying in a statement he was in the US helping an ailing parent.

Guzman claims he suffered "emotional distress, mental anguish, and physical and mental pain".

A representative for Singer did not immediately respond to an email requesting comment.

A rep for Singer tells TMZ, "The lawsuit was filed by the same lawyer who represented Michel Egan".

Sanchez-Guzman is represented by Miami attorney Jeffrey Herman, who represented Michael Egan in his 2014 lawsuit against Singer, television producer Garth Ancier and former Disney executive David Neuman.

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