The nomination "suspension" placed on Singer "will remain in place until the outcome of the allegations has been resolved", the statement read.
Singer's unprecedented BAFTA nomination suspension has sparked theories that the organization may be doing damage control ahead of "Bohemian Rhapsody's" win on Sunday. BAFTA notes Mr. Singer's denial of the allegations.
But in a statement posted on its website late on Wednesday, BAFTA said it had informed Singer that his nomination had been suspended "in light of recent very serious allegations".More news: Armed FBI raid & arrest of Roger Stone caught on CCTV FOOTAGE
Yorgos Lanthimos' film received 12 nominations for the United Kingdom equivalent of the Oscars, including best film, best director and best actress, for Olivia Colman.
Singer did not direct all of the film after disputes about his absences from the set. Those nominations all remain in place, but the name of Singer, who stood alongside Graham King and Anthony McCarten in the nod for best British film, has been removed, reports variety.com. However, in December 2017, it was reported that the production had been halted as Singer had gone AWOL.
Bryan was sacked from the film three weeks before production wrapped up, as a source told BBC that his departure was allegedly due to "unreliable behaviour".More news: Apple iPad is on sale right now at Target and Amazon
In January 2019, Singer was accused of sexually assaulting and sleeping with a string of under-age boys.
Bryan has denied the claims and told BBC that the allegations were a "homophobic smear" to destroy the success of the Queen film.
In a statement, GLAAD said: "This week's story in The Atlantic documenting unspeakable harms endured by young men and teenage boys brought to light a reality that can not be ignored or even tacitly rewarded".More news: Foot Locker Announces $100M Strategic Investment In GOAT Group
The director faces accusations of sexual assault, which he has denied.