A set of allegations surfaced on the Internet in a massive expose of major Hollywood celebrities after Anonymous and OpDeathEaters tweeted a long Twitter thread about the child sex rape ring. Dropping big names like Digital Entertainment Network (DEN) founder Marc Collins-Rector and director Bryan Singer, the two groups claimed and alleged all the horrific crimes from the past.

The new allegations against Bryan Singer are nothing new and within seconds, the hashtag #LockUpBryanSinger started trending on Twitter. "This is a thread about Marc Collins-Rector and the powerful child rape ring which extends from the BBS era to the cryptocurrency era with ties throughout the entertainment and silicon valley, from Disney executives to crypto circles and social media. #opDeathEaters," their first tweet read, adding, "Featuring: Bryan Singer, Gary Goddard, Jeffrey Sachs, Mitchell Blutt, David Neuman, David Geffen, Sandy Gallin, Terry Semel, Michael Huffington, Garth Ancier, Gary Gersh, John Silva, Marc Nathanson, Steve Bannon, Jeffrey Epstein, Al Seckel and more."

"Bryan Singer introduced Chad Shackley & C-R to 16-year-old Disney child actor Brock Pierce who then moved in with them. Pierce played the young version of Emilio Estevez's char in Mighty Ducks (brother of Charlie Sheen who is accused by Corey Feldman of raping child actor Corey Haim)," one tweet in the same thread read and another said, "In 1998, Bryan Singer was sued during filming of Apt Pupil because he required underage extras to strip naked for hours while he shot a shower scene. Screenwriter Brandon Boyce called it 'an absolute smear job' and 'an attempt to blackmail people based on their sexuality.'

No sooner did the long Twitter thread expose his wrongdoings, several photos started circling around on the Internet. "Can y'all sign this for me? #LockUpBryanSinger," one tweet read and another said, "I know you recognize his name. because he’s a f**king famous director. and guess what. your favorite movies were directed by someone who operates a child sex ring. yep."

"Bryan Singer is an American filmmaker who has been operating a sex ring of underage boys. The male victims range from 13-17 years of age. Multiple victims have come forward but Bryan Singer has yet to be punished," one tweet read and another said, "LETS KEEP THIS SHIT GOING! #LockUpBryanSinger He is the worst type of scum on this planet— who TF GOES AFTER CHILDREN????"

The one big question in all minds right now is: Where is Bryan Singer right now? Founder of Bad Hat Harry Productions, he has directed movies like 'The Usual Suspects' (1995), 'Apt Pupil' (1998), 'X-Men' (2000), and 'Superman Returns' (2006). He last directed the Queen biographical film 'Bohemian Rhapsody' (2018), but was fired from the film shortly before its completion. Since 1997, several young boys have made sexual assault allegations against him and owing to that, the BAFTA removed his name from the 2019 nomination for Best British Film.

In fact, the director agreed to pay $150,000 to resolve allegations that he raped a 17-year-old boy in 2003 after Cesar Sanchez-Guzman filed a lawsuit alleging that the director sexually assaulted him during a yacht party in Seattle in December 2017. His name was also involved in the 2019 superhero film 'Dark Phoenix' but he was shown the door after the allegations surfaced online.