Top Stories

'X-Men' Director Bryan Singer Set to Welcome First Child via Surrogate!

'X-Men' Director Bryan Singer Set to Welcome First Child via Surrogate!

Director Bryan Singer is set to become a first time father, his rep confirms to!

The 49-year-old X-Men franchise director is set to welcome a baby with his best friend Michelle Clunie, who is about seven months along in her pregnancy, TMZ reports.

“I can confirm that Michelle Clunie and Bryan Singer are happily expecting a baby together in early 2015,” his rep said in a statement. “Best friends for 25 years, mother and father are both very excited about the upcoming birth and look forward to co-parenting the child together. The pair have been planning this baby for years and have been trying for the last two.”

In the recent past, Bryan was accused of sexual assault, but the charges have since been dropped and his name cleared.

Congratulations to Bryan on the wonderful baby news!

Just Jared on Facebook
Photos: Getty
Posted to: Bryan Singer, Michelle Clunie, Pregnant

JJ Links Around The Web
  • Memorial for XXXTentacion shuts down the streets of L.A. - TMZ
  • The Kissing Booth's Jacob Elordi sends sweet message to fans - Just Jared Jr
  • Jennifer Lopez is calling out LeBron James - TooFab
  • Here's why Kevin Spacey still has a movie coming out - The Hollywood Reporter
  • This 13 Reasons Why star once had suicidal thoughts - Just Jared Jr
  • Lassie

    This can’t be good….

  • JesChastain

    Alert CPS now.

  • Living in a box

    I wonder, how much did he pay her?

  • shoes4life

    I don’t see this going well. If you want to have a child find a surrogate who is not a friend or family member, IMO. It keeps the drama down in the event one start getting possessive or money hungry.

  • plez

    Poor baby.

  • Loves gossip

    IMHO, Singer’s name was NOT “cleared”. His alleged victim could not find an attorney that would take his case and go against some very powerful (alleged pedophile’s) men in Hollyweird.

    Michael Egan drops lawsuit against ‘X-Men’ director Bryan Singer
    By Associated PressAugust 27, 2014 | 7:05pm

    HONOLULU — A former child model can dismiss his lawsuit that accused “X-Men” director Bryan Singer of sex abuse in Hawaii, but he has the option to re-file it later, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
    Michael Egan III said in a previous court filing that he wanted to dismiss the lawsuit, not because it lacks merit but because he can’t find a new lawyer to represent him. Singer sought to have the case dismissed with prejudice, meaning it couldn’t be re-filed, with attorney costs and fees imposed against Egan.
    U.S. District Judge Susan Oki Mollway denied Singer’s request, saying he didn’t prove that Egan’s voluntary dismissal case would damage the director’s reputation, and that the money spent defending himself doesn’t constitute legal prejudice.
    “Any alleged damage to defendant’s reputation may well be ameliorated by plaintiff’s voluntary dismissal of the action,” her order said.
    Singer’s attorneys couldn’t immediately be reached for comment. An attorney who Egan has said is advising him, but is not legally representing him, didn’t immediately return a phone call seeking comment.
    Egan’s former attorneys asked to be removed from the case after their relationship with him deteriorated.
    Egan, 31, accused Singer of sexually abusing him during trips to Hawaii in 1999, when Egan was 17. Singer has denied the allegations.
    Egan previously dropped three similar Hawaii lawsuits against other entertainment figures.
    The lawsuits were filed under an unusual state law that created a window for civil cases in sex-abuse cases when the statute of limitations has passed.
    One of Singer’s Los Angeles lawyers, Marty Singer, who is not related to the director, previously said in a statement that Egan’s lawyers were willing to settle the case for a low amount, demonstrating a lack of confidence in their chances for success. The amount was not specified.