Now that allegations suggest that actor Kevin Spacey led a secret life as a sexual predator, attention has circled back onto one of his longtime friends, director Bryan Singer, who led Spacey to an Oscar in 1995's The Usual Suspects and reunited with him for 2006's Superman Returns.

On the same night that Anthony Rapp accused Spacey of sexually assaulting him at age 14, Singer's name immediately popped up in the Twitterverse as people speculated on whether the Weinstein fire could engulf the blockbuster director.

Director Bryan Singer has a rap sheet of sexual assault allegations made against him — and most of the allegations pertain to teenaged boys.

Back in 2014, his film X Men: Days of Future Past nearly came undone when actor Michael Egan III filed a civil suit alleging that Singer drugged him and "forced him into sex at parties in Encino and Hawaii — starting when Egan was only 15." Singer denied the allegations and the lawsuit was eventually dropped. At the same time, though, another alleged victim filed suit against Singer, making similar accusations. That suit was also, eventually, dismissd.

In 1997, a third allegation emerged against Singer. A 14-year-old boy said that the director asked him and other minors to shower in the nude for the film Apt Pupil. That lawsuit was dismissed for lack of sufficient evidence.

Just last night, in a series of tweets that have since vanished from social media, another allegation of sexual misconduct was leveled against Singer from a man named Justin Smith, who said he saw and experienced firsthand Singer's many alleged sexual misdeeds.

Though the tweets have since been deleted, Smith's story follows.

I first met #BryanSinger in 2000. My boyfriend was one of his best friends, so I had many interactions with him. From the first time I met him, he was always on something. He also constantly hit on me, always asking me to show him my dick or ass. (1/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

When I’d tell my boyfriend about this, he’d say “oh Bryan just gets playful when he’s high”. But we stopped dropping by his house at my insistence.
We’d still bump into him at parties. He almost always had a “posse”. (2/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

This was always him, 2-3 older 50-70 year old men who were obviously on drugs but still wearing their dress shirts & pants (he introduced them as producers) and at least 5 to sometimes 10 young men. I should really say boys, none of them could’ve been older than 16 or 17. (3/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

They were all aspiring models/actors who were always doped up & partially naked. Bryan always made a point to tell me they were going to his place for a “private party” & asked me to come with them. I said no every time. (4/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

This same scenario happened 5 times. Every time, the cast was different. Different gross old “producers”, different harem of boys. But every time, Bryan tried to convince me to join, offering me drugs, even offering me a bit part in X Men 2. (5/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

One night, I asked him who these old men were, & he said “they have a lot of money”. I then asked who all these young guys were & he said, “does it matter?” & laughed.
And I laughed back.
Yes, I hate myself for it.
I don’t really have an excuse. (6/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

This same situation had played out so many times, & even though I knew what was happening was awful, I think part of me had resigned myself to the fact that this was Hollywood. Speaking out about this was unimaginable then. (7/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

That same night, in response to all my questions, Bryan again asked to see my dick. I said no. He then asked to feel my ass. After hesitating, I relented, thinking he’d give it a quick squeeze. Nope. (8/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

He quickly & very aggressively shoved his hand down my jeans & underwear and tried to shove his finger inside me. He had his other hand clamped on my shoulder so I couldn’t immediately move away. He penetrated me for a split second before I shoved him away (9/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

I said no, that I just wanted to go home. He said fine, but I’d better not tell anyone because no one would believe me anyway.
I absolutely believed this, so I never said anything until now.
(11/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

I never went to any of Bryan Singers “private parties”, but I guarantee the stories of the young men who say they were raped are true. I witnessed the beginning of many of these nights. I wish I would’ve loudly objected to what I saw happening. (12/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

I also wish I would’ve had the courage to speak out when he sexually assaulted me. It didn’t benefit me at all to stay silent, all it did was allow myself to become disillusioned & bitter. I hope telling this story helps. Not just me, but anyone else who’s struggling. (13/14)

— Justin Smith ️‍ (@Justin_C_Smith) November 1, 2017

Below are several screenshots to corroborate the tweets' existence:

Singer has not responded to Smith's allegations.

​When the news about Harvey Weinstein first broke, actress Evan Rachel Wood was one of the first to mention Brian Singer's name. “Yeah lets not forget Brian [sic] Singer either," she said on Twitter. Wood's tweet has also since been deleted.