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More From the Hollywood Rape Machine

Posted on | July 6, 2018 | 1 Comment

 

In December, I wrote about some of the revelations of Hollywood sex scandals from the blog “Crazy Days and Nights” (CDAN) which has an uncanny record of accuracy with its “blind items.” Thursday, the blog revealed the names on several of its earlier blind items from which we learn that, for example, oil tycoon J. Paul Getty was a pedophile who basically bought girls from the Philippines in exchange for propping up the Marcos regime. The comedian Charles Nelson Reilly was a gay pedophile, singer Katy Perry likes cocaine, somebody’s trying to sell Michael Jackson sex tapes, Bruce/”Caitlyn” Jenner can’t find work, and the director Stanley Kubrick raped little girls. Whether you believe all that is up to you, but as I say, CDAN’s got an uncanny record of accuracy.

The most intriguing item, however, is this one:

This mogul was an investor in a pedophile-front entertainment company back in the day.
A few years ago, he financed a film. The film has the sort of story you would expect. The film was written and directed by former lovers / current friends of that disgraced A-list director.

The disgraced director is Bryan Singer, a frequent CDAN target, whose alleged interest in teenage boys has made scandalous headlines. The film with “the sort of story you would expect” is Geography Club, about a bunch of gay teenagers. It was written by Edmund Entin and directed by Gary Entin who are indeed former protégés of Bryan Singer.

What makes this item so intriguing, however, is the identity of the “mogul” who financed Geography Club — Michael Huffington, the gay ex-husband of Arianna Huffington. Michael Huffington was an investor in the notorious Digital Entertainment Network (DEN), a failed video streaming service that was, in effect, a scheme by Marc Collins-Rector to lure young would-be actors to a gay party scene. Huffington has claimed he was the victim of a scam by the DEN gang, the investors in which also included Singer and entertainment mogul David Geffen.

OK, so if Huffington got burned by DEN’s shady operators, why was he investing in Geography Club, a film project by two of Singer’s protégés that had practically zero commercial value? Wouldn’t you suppose that, having once been scammed, Huffington would have avoided any future ventures of this sort? Is it possible that there was some non-commercial explanation for Huffington’s investment in this film? Certain possibilities spring to mind, e.g., “hush money.” It would be unpleasant for the multimillionaire heir to an oil fortune if he were implicated in any kind of Hollywood jailbait activities, so maybe help out a couple of Bryan Singer’s young buddies and everything stays quiet? Just a guess.

Hollywood’s Gay Mafia casts a long shadow, and the most powerful figure is allegedly untouchable. David Geffen’s got so much money he can hire armies of lawyers and detectives and, careful readers of CDAN have surmised, people who cause Geffen trouble might end up dead. CDAN reader @JohnDoe78359022 connected some of the dots in a Twitter thread that’s worth studying. After the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke in October 2017, for example, CDAN had a blind item about “minions” making death threats to prevent any bad publicity for a certain somebody. And a November blind included this:

There needs to be an independent investigation into the recent suicide of this actor. It was way too much of a coincidence that he was talking to reporters about the permanent A+ list producer/icon and the A list mostly movie director and ended up dead a few days later. He had been involved with them from an early age.

The actor was Brad Bufanda and @JohnDoe78359022 guesses the two men Bufanda was talking to reporters about were Geffen and Singer. This seems a bit far-fetched, and I can’t find corroboration of any “early age” involvement between Bufanda and Geffen or Singer, so I don’t want to convey the impression that I personally believe these dots connect in a sinister conspiracy. Stranger things have happened, though.

One thing’s for sure: Hollywood is a very wicked place.



 

 

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