A new lawsuit alleges that “X-Men” director Bryan Singer sexually abused an underage boy at a lurid California sex party.
The bombshell suit claims the director of blockbuster hits like “Superman Returns” used his position in Hollywood to exploit young men by taking part in a sex ring.
The lawsuit, filed by attorney Jeff Herman, charges that Singer attended parties at a mansion in Encino, Calif., where adult males did drugs and had sex with teenage boys.
The teen mentioned in the suit never consented to sexual relations with Singer and often persisted, it states, according to a press release from Herman’s law firm.
Singer also allegedly flew the young man to Hawaii for drug-fueled sexcapades and also promised him roles in an “X-Men” movie.
The director could not be reached for comment.