X-Men director Bryan Singer has been hit with another sexual-assault accusation, this time by a British teenager. The Daily Beast has learned that the new lawsuit has been filed by Jeff Herman, who is also representing Michael Egan, the man who first alleged that Singer sexually assaulted him as a teenager. According to this latest lawsuit, Singer's friend, Broadway producer Gary Goddard, contacted “John Doe No. 117” over social media when he was 14. Doe alleges in the suit that when he was 17, Singer was in London for the Superman premiere and brought him to his hotel room where he asked him to sit on top of him, masturbate, and ejaculate on him. He says in the complaint that Goddard “plied” him with alcohol and “engaged him with anal intercourse” when he was 15 or 16. Herman intends to announce the official lawsuit Monday.