Brian Singer, best known as the director of Hollywood blockbusters like “X-Men,” paid $150,000 to a man who accused him of rape, no doubt in a bit to attempt to buy his silence. As The Daily Wire reports:
Director Brian Singer, best known for his work on “Usual Suspects” and multiple “X-Men” films, agreed on Wednesday to pay a man accusing him of raping him when he was a teenager $150,000 in a settlement Singer’s lawyers say is “purely a business” decision.
In a lawsuit filed in December 2017, Cesar Sanchez-Guzman accused Singer of sexually assaulting him in 2003, when Sanchez-Guzman was just 17 years old. The accusation is one of multiple sexual assault allegations leveled at the famous director…
Sanchez-Guzman is not the only person to accuse Singer of sexual assault. In January, The Atlantic published the results of a year-long investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct involving underage boys.
“We spent 12 months investigating various lawsuits and allegations against Singer,” wrote The Atlantic’s Alex French and Maximillian Potter. “In total, we spoke with more than 50 sources, including four men who have never before told their stories to reporters. A man we’ll call Eric told us that he was 17 in 1997 when he and Singer had sex at a party at the director’s house; another we’ll call Andy says he was only 15 that same year, when he and Singer had sex in a Beverly Hills mansion. Both men say Singer, who was then in his early 30s, knew they were under 18, the age of consent in California. (They asked The Atlantic to conceal their identity for fear of retaliation, and because they didn’t want certain details about their past made public.)… The accusations against Singer cover a spectrum. Some of the alleged victims say they were seduced by the director while underage; others say they were raped. The victims we interviewed told us these experiences left them psychologically damaged, with substance-abuse problems, depression, and PTSD.”
As the story notes, Singer’s long history of preying on young boys has been well documented. Still, the powerful director remains on the loose, surely still hard at work plying his perverse trade.
The fact that he was able to intimidate one of his accusers into being paid hush money shows the power and influence he, and other pedophiles in Hollywood, still wield.
Singer has long been photographed with young boys, many of who he met at, or brought to, his notorious Hollywood sex parties.
As you can see, there’s a reason they call it “PedoWood.”
Singer surely isn’t the only powerful Hollywood mogul engaged in this kind of child molestation. Rumors of an organized cabal of molesters in Hollywood have circulated for years. Including rumors that this group could also be engaging in forms of occultism.
While undeniable proof of these activities has yet to be revealed, there’s no doubt that there’s likely a lot more to this story than Hollywood and its allies in the mainstream media are letting on.