Director of ‘BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY’ Stumbles on Sex Abuse Cases

Director of 'BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY' Stumbles on Sex Abuse Cases

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY’s success must be followed by unpleasant news that happened to Brian Singer the director. The veteran filmmaker was accused of sexually abusing several underage boys. This news was published on Wednesday (23/1) by The Atlantic media.

This accusation is the result of an investigation that has been conducted for one year. During this investigation 50 sources were collected, including men who claimed to have had sexual relations while still under the age of 18.

One witness named Eric claimed he had sex when he was 17 years old. This incident took place at Bryan Singer’s home in 1997, the relationship continued until Eric was in his 20s.

“The accusation on Bryan Singer covers a lot of spectrum. Some victims claimed to be seduced by the director while underage. While some claimed to have been raped. The victims claimed to have suffered psychological loss, depression, and symptoms of PTSD,” The Atlantic media wrote.

Subsequent accusations came from the man Bryan harassed when he was 15 years old. He claimed to have met at the Bryan mansion in Beverly Hills. Both witnesses and victims requested that their identities be protected from the public.

Now, through the legal counsel appointed by Bryan Singer, he has dismissed this charge. His attorney also stressed that his client had never been proven to have any legal records. Singer has collected a number of evidences that will break this accusation.