Bryan Singer, once lauded for helming one of the films that kicked off the modern superhero movie era, allegedly used “X-Men” roles and auditions as a way to get sexual favors from young men and once invited a sex offender to the set of the 2000 movie, a report said.
- Bryan Singer allegedly offered auditions and roles in “X-Men” to young men in exchange for sexual favors, a report said
- One on-set source denies Singer gave then-boyfriend Adam Robitel a cameo role for this reason
- “X-Men” insiders said the casting of Pyro actor Alex Burton should have raised a “red flag”
The report also said that a number of young men, including some who were minors at the time, have claimed in published interviews that Singer offered “X-Men” auditions and roles in exchange for sex. THR noted that the smaller and extra roles were usually played by handsome young men.