Hollywood Execs Deny Sex Abuse Allegations

Hollywood Execs Deny Sex Abuse Allegations
(Beverly Hills, CA) -- Three Hollywood executives accused of sexual abuse say the claims against them are false. Garth Ancier, David Neuman and Gary Goddard are named in three separate lawsuits filed by the man accusing "X-Men" director Bryan Singer of similar allegations. Through his Twitter account Neuman called the allegations "disgusting" and says he plans to "set the record straight soon." In his lawsuits against Singer and the other three men, Michael Egan claims he was forced into a "sex ring" as a teenager in the late 1990s and that he was assaulted at parties in California and Hawaii. Singer's attorney calls the suit "absurd and defamatory." The allegations come about a month before Singer's new "X-Men" movie, "Days Of Future Past," arrives in theaters.