Corey Feldman Responds To Criticism He Didn't Release Names For Free — (My) Truth: The Rape Of 2 Coreys Is On-Demand

Corey Feldman Responds To Criticism He Didn't Release Names For Free — (My) Truth: The Rape Of 2 Coreys Is On-Demand
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Corey Feldman is responding to criticism that he didn't release the names of the alleged pedophiles revealed in his documentary (My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys for free. Those who have followed Corey Feldman's Truth Campaign for the past three years have heard him speak about the legal issues saying the names of the men he and others accused of abusing Corey Feldman and Corey Haim would cause. When he wrote his autobiography, Coreyography he wrote the names of the alleged pedophiles but was told he couldn't use them due to legal purposes. Instead, he continued writing his book and changed the names to pseudonyms.

In 2018, Corey Feldman wrote and produced the Lifetime movie A Tale of Two Coreys. The movie also addressed the alleged sexual assaults and molestation, but once again, Corey Feldman was prevented from saying the names.

Two years later, that would change when he secured insurance to the tune of one million dollars in order to reveal the names in his movie: (My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys.

Corey Feldman was so dedicated to naming the alleged pedophile names that he didn't stop until he acquired the insurance needed to name them legally. He even changed the name of the documentary from Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys to (My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys for legal purposes.

Insurance is required when someone is making a feasible claim or allegation that could see legal action take place. For example, if Corey Feldman were going to name a fictitious character in his movie and it would be a claim that was so far-fetched it couldn't be taken seriously, he wouldn't have been required to get insurance.

Not only did Corey Feldman reveal the names of the alleged pedophiles in the movie, but he also laid out how groomers work in Hollywood and how many people cover-up alleged assaults to keep the Hollywood machine rolling ultimately protecting pedophiles.

You may see a tweet that Corey Feldman shared on Twitter where he announced the names he accused of being pedophiles in his documentary below. Corey Feldman named the following men and accused them of sexually abusing either Corey Haim, other teen boys in the industry, or himself.: Dominic Brascia, Alphy Hoffman, Gary Goddard, Brian Peck, Jon Grissom, Martin (Marty) Weiss, Charlie Sheen, Bob Villard, Joby Harte, and Bobby Hoffman.

Those who want to watch Corey Feldman's documentary (My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys may do so at the official website: MyTruthDoc.com.

Disclosure: Charisse Van Horn has had personal communication and interaction with Corey Feldman, members of the Wolfpack, and Feldfam. She has never had personal, private communication and interaction with Judy Haim. She supports Corey Feldman's truth campaign and makes her personal opinions and experiences known on her social media pages and personal websites and blogs. She has followed this case since 2017.

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