The truth is finally going to be revealed and the day of reckoning is at hand. Well, Corey Feldman shocked everyone recently when he announced that he would let the cats out of the bag. In this particular bag, there are several cats and Feldman is on the verge to set them free. The actor recently disclosed that he will be bringing to book every sexual offender/abuser he encountered as a child star. Not only will he disclose who they were at that time, he will make use of their real names so that the world can know who they are.
Over the years, we have heard about celebrities naming their sexual predators, especially when they were in their most vulnerable states as children. Several actions have been taken to confirm and investigate most of these accusations and so far, Hollywood stars have been getting the justice they deserve.
It is hurtful to hear that Feldman had to go through such a devastating experience at the hands of prominent personalities in the industry, as a young boy.
Well, you know what they say; justice will prevail one day.
The 48-year-old actor announced that he was releasing a documentary soon, which he titled “My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys.” He mentioned that in this documentary, he will name all his sexual abusers one after the other. Part of Feldman regrets no tnaming these offenders in his 2013 memoir, however it is not too late to do the needful.
Aside from releasing the names of those that sexually abused him, Feldman also revealed the icing on the cake to his fans.
Feldman also mentioned that he has some information on the men in Hollywood industry who sexually assaulted his now late friend and co-star Corey Haim.
Corey Ian Haim was a known Canadian actor, born in Toronto, Ontario Canada in December 23, 1971. He gained popularity in the 80s when he played alongside Corey Feldman in a film titled “The Lost Boys.” They also gained a household name known as The Two Coreys and that made them a force to be reckoned with in the industry.
Haim was on to becoming one of the best actors in the industry because he did have the potential, but unfortunately, he died of a pneumonia-related illness on March 10, 2010.
Speaking in an interview recently with Entertainment Weekly, Feldman spoke on the only thing he stands to gain. In his statement, he said that the only thing he stands to gain is finally exposing the people who put he and his late friend through a devastating experience as youngsters.
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