Corey Feldman To Extend My Truth: The Rape Of 2 Coreys Screening, Tickets On Sale Now
Corey Feldman announced that his documentary My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys, which chronicles the emotional and sexual abuse he and Corey Haim endured in Hollywood, will be extended for two days. Tickets are on sale now at the movie's official website for the live streaming event that will air on March 9, 2020, and for a second showing on March 10, 2020. March 10, 2020, marks the 10-year anniversary of Corey Haim's passing. Corey Feldman has stated that he made a promise to Corey Haim, to tell the truth of his abuse if something should happen to him — Corey Feldman never believed he would be called upon to keep that promise.
Not only will the documentary speak about the abuse the "two Coreys" (as they were affectionately known by) endured, but it will also address the systemic problem of Hollywood pedophilia and the need to ensure stricter safety measures for children who work in the industry.
In October 2017, Corey Feldman launched his Truth Campaign, motivated by the recent revelations about Harvey Weinstein, who has now been convicted of criminal sexual assault in the first degree and rape in the third degree. Speaking to NBC Los Angeles, Corey Feldman stated that his documentary My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys is going to launch the next type of Harvey Weinstein movement.
You may see Corey Feldman's tweet where he announced the extension of the movie's screening below.
Corey Feldman promised to name six people as Hollywood pedophiles and sexual predators and has reiterated that in My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys , he makes good on his promise and will name all six.
In an appearance on the Dr. Oz show, Corey Feldman revealed that he gave Dr. Oz an advanced screening of the film. After Dr. Oz found out the name of the man who allegedly raped Corey Haim, he responded that he was startled to hear his name.
Are you going to watch My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys when it premieres on March 9, 2020, and on March 10, 2020?
Corey Feldman is an ambassador for Child USA, a think tank that works on overturning statute of limitation laws in sexual abuse cases so that more victims may find justice.