Singer: “The allegations against me are outrageous, vicious and completely false.” (AP/Dan Steinberg)
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Singer said a lawsuit filed in Hawaii last week was a "sick twisted shake down" attempt to get money out of him, weeks before the release of "X-Men: Days of Future Past".The latest "X-Men" movie, starring Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen and Hugh Jackman, is due out in the United States on May 23, and around the world a few days before.Egan's lawyer Jeff Herman denied the timing of the lawsuit was linked to the "X-Men" release, saying it was due to a legal "window" in Hawaii where he had to file before April 24 .Egan also filed legal action last week against three other Hollywood executives, claiming that he was forced into a "sordid sex ring" in the entertainment industry. Herman said in reported comments Thursday that there may be more lawsuits on the way against major Hollywood players.
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