Corey Feldman Claims His Life Is In Danger Because Of His Upcoming Documentary That Exposes Sexual Abuse In Hollywood

Corey Feldman Claims His Life Is In Danger Because Of His Upcoming Documentary That Exposes Sexual Abuse In Hollywood
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Corey Feldman is preparing to share his story with the world in the upcoming documentary My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys . However, the 48-year-old former child star says that his life is in danger because of the movie.

According to Page Six , Feldman arrived for his appearance on The Wendy Williams Show on Tuesday with a security detail because “his life has been threatened since working on his doc.” The movie is Feldman’s attempt at exposing a powerful Hollywood pedophile ring.

In addition to his own experiences with abuse in Hollywood, Feldman is also sharing what his late best friend Corey Haim experienced as a child actor.

“We had both been molested as children … He was raped physically. I was raped emotionally. I was molested,” he told Williams. “I am saying every name that affected … our lives, and we have victims talking about their experiences … The one main name that everyone is waiting to hear … It is a name that everybody on the planet knows.”

This comment shocked Williams, and it left her awkwardly silent. Feldman said he has never seen Williams speechless, and he understands how scary this is. She replied that she was frightened for Feldman because he only has himself and his wife against the world.

In the past, Feldman has mentioned Jon Grissom, Marty Weiss, and Alphy Hoffman as being part of the sexual abuse in Hollywood. Grissom was an actor in the 1980s who Feldman said molested him on multiple occasions. In his memoir, Feldman referred to Grissom as “Ron Crimson” for legal reasons.

Feldman also brought up Hoffman’s 1980s Soda Pop Club during a 2017 appearance on Dr. Oz , which was a place that underage actors could party because they weren’t old enough to go to bars. Weiss is a former child talent manager who is also a convicted sex offender.

However, Feldman has never named Haim’s abusers, but he promises to do that in the upcoming documentary.

The actor says that Netflix and other streaming services turned down the documentary because it was “too dangerous." He decided to fund the project himself and will release the movie via livestream on its own website for a one-time screening at 8:00 p.m. pacific time on Monday, March 9th.

Tickets for My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys are currently on sale for $20, and fans can purchase those tickets and view the movie at .

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