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Old 13-12-2017, 05:31 PM   #91
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Objectively speaking, I don't even think that this is the most horrible of "my" threads...

On 7 December, Bryan Singer was again accused of sexually abusing a minor.

The plaintiff Cesar Sanchez-Guzman has accused Singer of forcing him to give and receive oral sex, and also forcibly performing anal sex on him on a yacht in Seattle in 2003, when he was only 17 years.
The party was hosted by Lester Waters, who frequently hosted parties for gay males in the Seattle area.
Singer told Sanchez-Guzman that he could get him nice acting roles, but if he wouldn’t stay quiet, would ruin his reputation.

The new allegations came just 3 days after Singer was fired from the Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody. Singer claimed he was fired due to "health matters" involving one of his parents.

In one of those strange coincidences, Sanchez-Guzman is represented by Jeffrey Herman. That’s the same corrupt attorney who previously sued Singer, in a ploy to ruin Michael Egan’s reputation.
Knowing very well that Egan was never sexually abused in Hawaii, Herman convinced him that the only way to circumvent the statute of limitations, was to claim that he had been abused in Hawaii.

Gabriel Byrne, who starred in “The Usual Suspects”, for which Spacey won an Oscar, recently said that the movie set had been "closed down". He now claims that this was due to “inappropriate sexual behavior by Spacey”. Why wouldn’t it be over Bryan Singer’s: http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/n...n-2003-w513626

Of course the deaf, dumb and blind media aren’t expected to understand that because of the statute of limitations, the case will be thrown out of court. It looks to me like lawyer Jeffrey Herman is again suing Singer to ruin the reputation of one of his victims.
Here’s the full court document of 7 December 2017, just to show that Herman didn’t even try, it’s only 7 pages: https://www.scribd.com/document/3666...e72a540628d137


Not quite paedophilia, as the victim was 18 years…
Harry Dreyfuss, son of Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss, has detailed how Kevin Spacey touched him in a sexual way in 2008, while daddy Dreyfuss was in the same room… seeing nothing. Harry Dreyfuss only some time later shared this experience with his parents.
Spacey has denied these allegations.

Richard Dreyfuss sat in a chair on the side of the room, while Kevin and Harry were on his couch. After a few minutes, Spacey put his hand on Harry’s thigh. Harry then stood up and sat down on the other side of the couch. Spacey immediately stood up, got seated besides Harry, and immediately put his hand back on Harry’s thigh.
Harry returned to his original place on the couch, Spacey followed him, put his hand on his thigh, and then moved his hand to where he wanted:
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Over the course of about 20 seconds, centimeter by centimeter, Kevin crawled his hand from my thigh over toward my crotch.
(…)
I don't know how long we sat there like that. It could have been as little as 20 seconds, or it could have been five minutes. It’s the hardest part of the story for me to recall.
Hard to imagine but father Richard Dreyfuss was so focused on his script, that he saw none of this.
In the play, Richard and son Harry Dreyfuss were pretending to be lovers: https://www.buzzfeed.com/harrydreyfu...a0L#.bpZV228OV


On 29 November, it was announced that Matt Lauer of the Today Show was fired by NBC for sexual harassment back in 2014: https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/ma...D=ansmsnnews11

I’m not saying that Lauer is innocent, but why would he be fired now, while casting couch behaviour is rampant throughout the entertainment industry?
Maybe Lauer was too harsh on poor Corey Feldman, who has promised to expose no less than 6 paedophiles if he gets $10 million, in what looks to me like a cover-up ploy. Sort of like a limited hangout operation.

On 30 October, Corey Feldman on the Today show was pressed by Matt Lauer to defend the hefty price tag. Corey promised:
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I will release every single name that I have knowledge of. And nobody’s going to stop me this time, as long as people support this
Lauer responded that he had promised this before, to which Feldman replied this is different because he "vows": http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment...interview.html
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