Corey Feldman has signed off Twitter for the holidays after an intensive Truth Campaign that began on October 24, 2017. Vowing to turn his book Coreyography into a movie that will explain once and for all how a network of pedophiles prey upon children in Hollywood, the Truth Campaign originally launched with a crowdfunding goal of $10 million. The amount was lowered to $1 million and Feldman is believing for a Christmas Eve miracle to bring that goal to reality. December 24, 2017, is the final day of the Truth Campaign and Corey released two final tweets as he steps away from the social media network to spend time with his family for the holidays and encourages his supporters and detractors to do the same.
Throughout the Truth Campaign, Corey Feldman and his wife Courtney Feldman made several video update and regularly interacted with those who had questions about the campaign via Twitter. Feldman made three appearances on the Dr. Oz show where he answered questions and with the help and prodding of Dr. Oz, publicly released the names of his abusers.
Television interviews included Matt Lauer and Megyn Kelly and he did radio interviews with Sean Hannity. Politics were kept out of the discussion and especially on the social media threads where Feldman wanted to assure the public that pedophiles are not limited to any particular political party.
Though Feldman officially signed off for the holidays with the promise to return in 2018, he did step back on to discuss the recent sexual harassment allegations against Vice Media.
You may see Corey Feldman’s posts about the Truth Campaign and the need for a Christmas Eve miracle below. The Truth Campaign has currently raised approximately $300,000 of a $1 million goal.
Corey and Courtney Feldman held several live question and answer events to address any issues supporters may have had with the campaign. Several questions were repeatedly asked and the videos served as a way for the public to find answers.
Two of the most prominent questions were why make a movie and why do you need $1 million? The Feldmans stated that the $1 million would be split into three different factions. One was to cover security (it has been confirmed through Dr. Oz and radio host Kerri Kasem) that the Feldmans are traveling with armed security, to provide a legal team to cover the making of Coreyogaphy the Movie, and to make the movie.
When asked why Corey needs lawyers to make the movie and why couldn’t he make a low budget documentary he answered those questions as well.
He revealed that the purpose of the movie wasn’t just to talk about his abuse but to show how a network of pedophile operates in Hollywood behind the scenes. He has publicly released three names of pedophiles and says there are three more names of people he is aware of. He feels that with the legal covering of the movie, he can release those names in a manner that people in the industry will be aware of them, and those entering the industry will know what and who to look out for.
Legally, he doesn’t feel at liberty to spread or release the names of people he believes are in a pedophile ring to the media. But with the legal covering of the movie (he has stated the movie can be sued but he personally would not be held liable for defamation) he can release and expose the ring. He has also stated he suspects the pedophile ring operating in Hollywood may involve politicians.
You can see some of Corey Feldman’s and his wife’s Courtney Feldman’s videos with questions and answers below. You may also see the final Truth Campaign video and holiday wishes from the Feldmans.
For those who’ve worried that if Corey Feldman doesn’t raise the $1 million by the end of the Truth Campaign that he won’t make the movie, he’s assured everyone that is not the case. He states in the videos above that nothing is going to stop him from getting the movie made as he feels it is the only thing left he can do to warn others.
Corey Feldman states in the above videos that he has told his story to the police, in radio and television interviews, and even wrote a book. He says he’s not a filmmaker who specializes in documentaries as that is a different style from what he is familiar with. Feldman has worked with directors such as Steven Spielberg and Rob Reiner. He wants to make Coreyography a feature film and not a documentary.
According to the videos above, if he does not reach his crowdfunding goal, he will continue to find other soures of funding.