Bryan Singer Tours 'Full House' Creator's $30 Million Home

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The 'X-Men' director — who just announced he is expecting his first child — checked out Jeff Franklin's digs, which recently hit the market

This story first appeared in the Oct. 31 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

Now that Bryan Singer has been vindicated in the sex abuse case that erupted in April (Singer's accuser withdrew his suits and was dropped by his lawyer), his life looks to be back to normal.

After keeping a low-profile all summer, the director was spotted Oct. 16 at a flashy bash at the home of Full House creator Jeff Franklin on Collingwood Place above Sunset Plaza.

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Singer and three pals checked out the bachelor-style digs at Franklin's $30 million spec house, which just hit the market. Singer, who recently closed a deal to direct X-Men: Apocalypse, ducked out at 8:45 p.m., missing Franklin, who was giving a private tour of the master suite to four single ladies. Full House, indeed.