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Having changed his name from Mark Rector to Marc Collins-Rector, he favored Armani suits and drove a Ferrari and a Lamborghini.With his two younger associates, he founded Digital Entertainment Network, and heavyweights from former Warner Bros.Now, 15 years later, a man named Michael Egan III has filed civil suits accusing those four of misconduct that could supply material for an especially lurid episode of .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."He was also in the right place at the right time with the right idea.Companies with worse ideas were going to IPO left and right and generating enormous sums of money for investors." It seemed no one, including some who worked with him closely, quite knew where Collins-Rector came from or his real age."Any time Bryan has a party, he makes certain and is very careful that there is a strict guest list," Martin Singer tells .
He adds that the allegations are nearly impossible to believe, saying, "I've only seen a very gentle side of Bryan." STORY: Bryan Singer Breaks Silence on Abuse Claims -- ' Outrageous, Vicious and Completely False' According to Singer's attorney, Martin Singer (no relation), his client consistently has been careful to avoid entanglements with underage partners.It is unclear exactly how Singer first made contact with Collins-Rector, but many in Hollywood and beyond clamored to do business with his Digital Entertainment Network."He made a big splash because he had lots of money and was willing to spend it," says a former DEN executive.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.