Assault doesn't even begin to cover what they did to this poor guy. They set him on fire! That's downright torture!
And for what? Really, what is the big, damn deal.
Earlier in the month, we shared a heartbreaking story about a 26-year-old gay man named Burke Burnett who was ruthlessly beaten and bloodied by three dudes in Texas. Poor Burke was shown no mercy by these fools, who also stabbed him and threw him into a fire. Now, we're hoping the same level of compassion for them as they each face charges of aggravated assault with hate crime enhancements.
This is good news for him, but he's still dealing with that other matter.
X-Men director Bryan Singer has been dropped from a federal teen sex abuse lawsuit that he was named in by an anonymous actor from the U.K. who claimed Mr. Singer had attempted to rape him in a London hotel room when the anonymous actor was only 17!
However the lawsuit from the actor who identified himself as John Doe has been dropped against Bryan Singer after the director's attorney entered in a motion to have it dismissed a few weeks ago.
The attorney had argued that the lawsuit filed against Mr. Singer was without merit.
Here's what the attorney Marty Singer said about the case being dismissed