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In 1995, Collins-Rector and Shackley made millions from selling a controlling interest in the company.Two years later, they settled in the Encino house, which they bought for .5 million.Other programming was eclectic and aimed at young demographic groups, including Christian youth.Sometime after making his 1998 film , a thriller about a high school student who discovers a fugitive Nazi war criminal in his neighborhood.Egan and other plaintiffs also named several John Does but did not include Singer or the others he now is accusing. By far the most high-profile of the four defendants is Singer, 48, whose enviable career began with the 1995 breakthrough film , set for release May 23, saying in a statement that he does not want to be a distraction.Singer long has been known to have an affinity for a certain type of man.It was through such a bulletin board that Collins-Rector befriended high school student Shackley, who dropped out to move in with Collins-Rector and join his company.
Specifically, Egan alleges that Singer, Ancier, Neuman and Goddard drugged him and forced him into sex at parties in Encino and Hawaii -- starting when Egan was only 15.In suits filed against Collins-Rector, Shackley and Pierce in 2000, Egan and several other young men alleged they were "sexually and physically abused," "forced …through coercion or subversion to consume controlled substances and/or prescription drugs" and "threatened with physical injury and economic harm." They cited a list of drugs allegedly pushed on them, including "Valium, Vicodin, Xanax, Percocet, marijuana, hashish, Ecstasy and Rufinol" -- the date-rape drug.co-chairman Terry Semel to former congressman Michael Huffington, as well as Microsoft and Dell, wanted a piece of his company.STORY: Bryan Singer Sex Abuse Case-- Why the Accuser Filed in Hawaii Also among the investors reportedly were A-list director Bryan Singer; veteran television executive Garth Ancier; former Disney executive David Neuman, who worked for Collins-Rector's company; and producer Gary Goddard.