Corey Feldman Says He Has Enough Footage For A Second Movie As He Announces New Trailer And Re-Release Date For (My) Truth: The Rape Of 2 Coreys

Corey Feldman Says He Has Enough Footage For A Second Movie As He Announces New Trailer And Re-Release Date For (My) Truth: The Rape Of 2 Coreys
Credit: Source: Corey Feldman/YouTube

Corey Feldman says he has enough footage for a second movie and while the public waits to see if he makes a second part to his groundbreaking documentary, they will have another chance to see his movie (My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys.  There is no question that Corey Feldman has been silenced in Hollywood and has fought tooth and nail to get his voice heard. He first told authorities about the Hollywood industry men who sexually abused him in 1993. The Santa Barbara Sherrif's office was so fired up about putting charges on Michael Jackson (whom Corey Feldman says never sexually abused him) that they ignored the details Corey gave them regarding his actual abusers.

Authorities failed to forward that information to the Los Angeles Police Department so action could have been taken. Had that information been turned over and the LAPD investigated Corey's allegations in 1992, it may have changed many things for both Corey Feldman and Corey Haim. Who knows what that would have meant for Corey who was dealing with his own fallout from the aftermath of being sexually abused.

Corey Haim isn't here anymore to seek justice. He passed away in 2010 from complications due to pneumonia. Corey Feldman is still here, and he is still telling his story of abuse to anyone who will listen.

Regardless of how many people try to stop him — and the methods being used to silence him are relentless.

On the day of Corey Feldman's big premiere, his official website, along with the site where viewers who purchased a ticket would have watched the movie streaming live online was hit with a DDoS attack from hackers. Those who attended the live premiere at the Directors Guild watched the movie while those at home were denied the opportunity.

To make matters worse, pirated copies of the documentary flooded YouTube so those who worked on the movie, including director, Brian Herzlinger, saw their work devalued. Corey Feldman has made no secret about what the revenue loss means to him — especially when he fundraiser and then did a reality program to secure enough money to make the film.

(My) Truth: The Rape Of 2 Coreys had a production budget of $1.5 million.

You may see the second trailer that Corey Feldman released promoting the re-release of the movie below.

At this point, it is unclear whether Corey Feldman will make a second documentary.

You can purchase tickets for (My) Truth: The Rape Of 2 Coreys beginning on April 18, 2020, at the official website:

The movie will begin streaming on April 22, 2020, and will be on demand for one month.

Disclosure: Charisse Van Horn has had personal interaction and communication with Corey Feldman, members of the Wolfpack, including Bobby Wolfe, and Feldfam members. She has never had private, personal interaction with Judy Haim.


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  • Angela Williamson
    Angela Williamson Apr 11, 2020 5:08 PM PDT

    I believe that Corey is going to be sadly disappointed when tickets go on sale again. He has been screaming this for so long that everyone is either on his side or they just simply do not believe him. If they were really "after him" as he so very loudly exclaims, they would have succeeded by now. He was so unbelievable on the Doctor Oz show, that I no longer believe him now. Even Corey Haims Mother is denying what he is claiming. I just don't believe him any more, and I don't think many others do now either. Its been one thing after another to get out "his truth", and no one believes it is true any longer. Its sad and I feel sorry for him.

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