Young Bret Tyer Skopek arrived at a Hollywood Halloween party in 2013, when a friend of his asked to take a picture of a guy dressed in a Catholic priest costume together with him.
Unknowing to who he in fact was meeting, Mr Skopek was thus introduced to famed movie director Bryan Singer.
Mr Skopek left Hollywood disillusioned in 2015, but in the two years he spent in the tentacles of Singer will forever be remembered he says. Now that the world gets to know the real side of Bryan Singer, he is ready to tell his story.
Mr Skopek recalled: “I’ve seen wannabe YouTubers come. I’ve seen actors. I’ve seen singers. I’ve seen people like me that don’t know what they want to do.”
“You come to LA with dreams of being whatever. You’re still going to be caught up into this mess.”
Living in the director’s orbit meant on-set visits, expensive private dinners, 24-hour access to drugs and alcohol as well as sexual encounters with an ever-revolving cast of multiple participants: “It was a never-ending supply of cute young men.”
He told about one night when Singer was laughing about the amount of the dinner tab, which was around $1,000, and then proceeding to invite him and two other young men to his house above the Sunset Strip.
“We’re in the basement, me and the other two kids, we’re kind of chilling. Bryan takes us up, one by one, and gives us all a Molly.”
“He’s splitting it with us. ‘I’ll do half if you do half.’
Although more people have come forward with similar tales in the past few days, a spokesman for Bryan Singer still vehemently denies those tales, stating: “If Mr. Skopek had a problem with Bryan, he never mentioned it before today.”
“He is someone who has repeatedly asked Bryan for money over the years, and did so as recently as last month. He also is the one who asked Bryan for a role in Apocalypse, which Bryan declined to offer to him. The timing of Mr. Skopek coming forward now with these allegations is questionable.”