'Bohemian Rhapsody' Director Denies Allegations of Sexual Misconduct

Halfway through filming 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' the first director of the film, Bryan Singer, was fired on the spot. Dexter Fletcher took his spot with just weeks left of filming.

According to Singer, they wouldn't accommodate him.

"With fewer than three weeks to shoot remaining, I asked Fox for some time off so I could return to the U.S. to deal with pressing health matters concerning one of my parents," Singer said at the time. "This was a very taxing experience, which ultimately took a serious toll on my own health. Unfortunately, the studio was unwilling to accommodate me and terminated my services. This was not my decision and it was beyond my control."

According to E!, shortly after his departure, he denied the allegation that he sexually assualted a 17-year-old boy in 2003.

Now, 3 more men have come forward and once again, Singer is denying the allegations calling it all a lie.

When 'Bohemian Rhapsody' won best picture at the Golden Globes, the cast and crew left Singer's name out of the acceptance speech.

The story continues to develop.


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