Make no mistake about it, Corey Feldman is not picking sides and he is caught in the middle of what may be the most serious allegations made against Michael Jackson to date. Feldman who was a close friend of Michael Jackson’s and defended him repeatedly to authorities and his fans during previous sexual abuse allegations found himself in a difficult predicament when Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck accused the King of Pop of sexual abuse.
There is great controversy surrounding the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland and the new allegations Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck are making. Both previously swore under oath that Michael Jackson had never abused. The Michael Jackson estate is suing HBO for the documentary and Jackson’s fans are protesting the movie worldwide and the attacks against Robson and Safechuck keep coming.
They have been accused of seeking money and fame.
As Corey Feldman launched the Truth Campaign in 2017 to out Hollywood pedophiles, including the ones he says abused him and close friend Corey Haim, he is both a friend to Michael Jackson and a voice for those fighting against Hollywood pedophilia.
Victimized himself, Corey Feldman has named multiple people whom he says abused him. Some of these include convicted pedophiles Marty Weiss and Jon Grissom. On an episode of Dr. Oz, Corey Feldman accused Alphy Hoffman of sexually abusing him as well. Since that time he has joined forces with Child USA and is one of the thinktank’s Ambassadors working with Marci Hamilton of Child USA.
Corey Feldman clarified his statements as well as his position being caught in the middle of his friendship with Michael Jackson and being a voice for those who have been victimized by child sexual abuse during an HLN interview.
Feldman spoke to HLN to clarify that though he cannot judge Michael Jackson, no one can silence Wade Robson’s and Jimmy Safechuck’s voice. He also stated that Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck were “compelling” and “believable.”
You may see the full video interview with HLN’s Mike Galanos and Corey Feldman below.
Did you watch Leaving Neverland and Oprah’s follow up After Neverland? What are your thoughts on the documentary?
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