All have denied the allegations vehemently, with Singer calling them "outrageous, vicious and completely false." Singer denies he was in Hawaii at the time the alleged assaults occurred, and Ancier says he "never so much as set foot on the estate in Hawaii." The alleged events in Hawaii are key to Egan's cases because of that state's favorable statute of limitations: It seems clear the defendants hope to get the cases dismissed by establishing they were not present when the alleged acts occurred.
So far, no witnesses have come forward to corroborate Egan's accusations regarding any of the four.
" In a darkened soundstage on the outskirts of London, Abel Tesfaye is wondering if he can say "fuck" or not.
Tesfaye, better known as breakout pop sensation the Weeknd, is at a rehearsal for , the BBC music show, about to soundcheck his smash hit "The Hills," a four-minute horror-movie booty call featuring more than a dozen f-bombs.
During the mid- to late 1990s, as the Internet bubble was inflating, a wide swath of gay Hollywood flocked to the 12,616-square-foot Encino mansion that 40-something Marc Collins-Rector shared with Chad Shackley, a Michigan man in his mid-20s who had lived with Collins-Rector since dropping out of high school at 16; and Brock Pierce, a teenage actor who had appeared in Disney's movies.