Another man has come forward to say he had underage sexual contact with Sesame Street puppeteer Kevin Clash. Cecil Singleton, 24, (pictured at left) who’s suing for $5 million, said during a news conference in New York City on Tuesday that he didn’t know Clash provided the voice of Elmo, adding, “I was shocked when I found out what he did for a living.” He said when he was 15, he met Clash online in a gay chat room and they later engaged in sexual touching, including dry-humping, but not intercourse. Singleton added, “It has occurred to me as an adult how truly inappropriate my relationship with Kevin was.” Last week Sheldon Stephens, 23, claimed he’d been sexually touched by Clash when he was 16, but recanted his accusation after accepting a settlement of $125,000. Singleton said he was inspired to come forward after learning about Stephens. Sesame Workshop called the controversy “a distraction that none of us want,” while announcing that Clash had resigned. Clash is featured in the 2012 documentary Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey. Singleton’s lawyer, Jeff Herman, says he’s been contacted by two other potential victims.