Searches for “Alphy’s Soda Pop Club” have skyrocketed after a contentious interview between Corey Feldman and Matt Lauer that transpired on October 30, 2017. Feldman appeared on the Today show to discuss his new Truth campaign where he has vowed to reveal his personal story of abuse at the hands of men who held prominent positions in Hollywood. Matt Lauer took issue with the fact that Feldman is raising $10 million to produce and distribute a movie based on his life and experiences as a way to shed light on Hollywood’s pervasive pedophilia problem.
Matt Lauer didn’t think Feldman should raise money or make a movie but instead grilled the victim of child sexual abuse to simply state the names of his abusers.
Feldman explained that he told authorities in 1993, during an investigation into child sex abuse charges against Michael Jackson, the names of those who had abused him.
He also dropped numerous hints to Lauer without explicitly stating the names of his abusers for fear of retaliation due to California’s statute of limitation laws.
In the video below, you can see where Corey Feldman states to look up the “teenage soda pop clubs” he and Corey Haim frequented. You may fast forward to 6:07 to hear the remarks.
Me and Corey @ the Roosevelt Hotel, at Alphy's Soda pop Club
Since making that statement, searches for Alphy’s Soda Pop Club have spread like wildfire across social media networks along with some new and interesting hashtags.
Ironically, there are conspiracy theories that are now linking the alleged pedophile ring that Corey Feldman has stated abused him and best friend Corey Haim on multiple occasions to the pizzagate theory that ran rampant during Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
A 2004 interview with Corey Haim, who helped kick off Alphy’s Soda Pop Club with Feldman, has also begun to go viral. You may read the full interview on VICE where Corey goes into depth about the club and his relationship with several of its founders Randy Miller and Alphy Hoffman.
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According to reports, Alphy’s Soda Pop Club was an underage club for Hollywood’s elite teens to hang out. you needed to be on the list and Corey Haim and Corey Feldman kicked off the first party. Word spread and soon teens such as Alyssa Milano, Nicole Eggert, Ricky Schroeder, Drew Barrymore, Alfonso Ribero, Scott Grimes, and much more would frequent the club.
Alphy's Soda Pop Club. 1987-1989. Sponsored by New York Seltzer.
Alyssa Milano, who started the #metoo campaign in response to the Harvey Weinstein sex abuse allegations, is now getting questions on social media networks regarding her experience with Alphy’s Soda Pop Club.
— AWTM (@formerlyAWTM) October 30, 2017
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