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"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.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.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.
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."Bryan's always had a reputation of being with guys that look young," says a high-level studio executive who oversaw one of the director's big comic-book movies."Whether they were underage or not, I have no idea. 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.Anticipating the day that programming would be delivered online, Collins-Rector was an early Internet mogul with money to spend.
[But] for 20 years he's had young guys around him, whether they're assistants or friends.