Back in the day, he was an actor.
A fairly successful child actor.
As he started getting a little older, he played the game the way he was told.
When he wasn’t old enough to drive he was hooking up with that A list movie producer and that A list mostly movie director that keeps popping up. He spent most of his time though with a guy who taught him about money while also having sex with him.
I say sex, but our actor was not yet legal so lets call it what it is – rape.
The money guy schooled our actor on how to make money.
Meanwhile, the actor was also used to bring in young male actors for the sick fantasies of the previously mentioned and also the sick fantasies of investors.
I can’t tell you how many child and teen actors ended up dead from drugs or booze or just suicide because of these a-holes.
It hasn’t stopped.
Things have just slightly changed.
The mentor of the actor has to lay low all the time now.
He is always watched by authorities.
The actor though can move freely.
He makes a ton of money which is used to finance movies for the director and the producer.
Almost every movie they change the name of the finance company to keep people off the trail.
Where do they get the money?
Politicians, executives and anyone else who wants to have sex with young boys.
The actor has a supply chain from acting schools and casting calls to model hunts and everything in between.
The former actor uses his political connections to make people guardians of some of these boys.
Can you imagine the sick f**k who knows what is going to happen to these boys but approves a guardianship for the boy to live with the guy who is going to rape them?
The thing is, people have spoken up.
People have complained.
You know what happens?
The voice gets hammered back down.
Maybe some cash changes hands.
Maybe the troubled youth ends up dead.
A victim of the drug crisis or gun violence.
The guardian did everything they could say the stories.
Gave the youth a loving home.
If you go back a decade, you will see the fields of Hollywood littered with the dead bodies of actors who were victimized by this group.
The deaths might be publicized but not the aftermath.
None of the dead actors ever get in a memorial during Oscar or Emmy night.
They just are child or teen actors who couldn’t handle fame.
No, they are actors who couldn’t handle being raped and living their lives after years of abuse.
Actor: Brock Pierce
Director: Bryan Singer
Producer: David Geffen
Hollywood’s Underage Sexual Abuse Problem: 5 Shocking Injustices From ‘An Open Secret’
In “An Open Secret,” journalist John Connolly says Singer — who has continued directing for the “X-Men” franchise — and David Geffen were among DEN’s original backers, contributing a respective $50,000 and $250,000. As Henry notes in the film, Singer cast former Nickelodeon and Disney Channel actor Brian Peck in the first two “X-Men” films — released in 2000 and 2003 — and Peck’s chat with Singer served as the former’s director’s commentary.
According to documents published by The Daily Mail in summer 2015, Peck became a convicted sex offender in 2004, serving 16 months of jail time. Singer himself was later sued by a teenage extra from his 1998 film “Apt Pupil,” who alleged that the director wanted him and other minors to film a shower scene. That lawsuit was dismissed, as were two additional cases brought against him in 2014. – Source