Convicted sex offender Marc Collins-Rector, named in Michael Egan's lawsuit against Bryan Singer, executive produced “Chad's World”, starring Seann William Scott before the world knew him as Stifler
The infamous estate where “X-Men” director Bryan Singer and other high-powered Hollywood executives allegedly preyed on underage boys at wild gay sex parties is where a 1998 pilot for the Digital Entertainment Network was shot.
Carefully framed exteriors and interiors have been hiding in plain sight on YouTube since 2006 when “Chad's World” was uploaded.
The low-budget production, about a boy coming to terms with his sexuality after moving in with his gay brother and his partner in Hollywood, stars a young Seann William Scott. The actor best known for starring in comedies took on the dramatic role a year before breaking out as Stifler in “American Pie.”
Convicted sex offender Marc Collins-Rector, who was named in Michael Egan's sex abuse lawsuit against “X-Men” director Bryan Singer, executive produced the pilot that was shot at the Encino, Calif. home known as the M & C Estate. Egan's lawsuit claims Collins-Rector began sexually abusing him as a teenager 2-3 months before he was introduced to Singer in the estate's pool (which makes a cameo in the opening title sequence), and then allegedly “forcibly sodomized” him.
Collins-Rector pled guilty in 2004 to luring five minors across state lines to have sex with them. He allegedly lived at the M & C Estate during the time period Egan claims he was being abused by a number of Hollywood executives who used “drugs, alcohol, threats, and inducements ” take advantage of minors.
Here are photos of the M&C estate: