Corey Feldman is one of the most outspoken former child actors who has claimed there is a ring of pedophiles lurking and luring children in Hollywood circles. He has made the allegations for years and it even surfaced on the television series The Two Coreys. You can watch a video below where Corey Haim accused Corey Feldman of failing to protect him from rape when he was 14-years-old.
Corey Haim displayed extreme emotional distress when talking about the incident. The Two Coreys aired from 2007-2008. Haim died in 2010. Corey Feldman is speaking publicly about his plan to expose Hollywood’s pedophiles but at what cost to his emotional health? Is Corey Feldman exhibiting symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?
Corey Haim struggled following his successful Hollywood career and exhibited many symptoms of sexual trauma and abuse. It was unfair for him to accuse Feldman of failing to protect him, but when one is dealing with the aftermath of sexual abuse, there are many emotions that are difficult to handle.
Corey Feldman and Corey Haim were the same age. When Haim was being sexually abused, Feldman states he was dealing with his own sexual abuse at the hands of Hollywood pedophiles. He was also 14 and 15 years old during this time.
Feldman cannot be blamed for the abuse that happened to Corey Haim. Unfortunately, it seems that Haim never had a chance to deal with the aftermath of his trauma and turned to drugs and alcohol to deal with the emotional turmoil that he was unable to process and heal.
Corey Feldman has publicly spoken about his abuse, all while keeping the identities of the abusers secret for fear of legal repercussions due to the statute of limitations law.
That is beginning to change. Following the recent Harvey Weinstein expose, Feldman has vowed to move forward and bring real change to Hollywood. He hopes to end the casting couch culture and expose Hollywood’s pedophiles and sexual predators.
On Monday, October 30, 2017, Corey Feldman spoke to Matt Lauer on Today about his plan to expose Hollywood’s pedophiles. You may watch the full interview in the video below.
Last week, Corey Feldman launched a campaign to raise $10 million for a documentary in which he will expose the pedophiles who abused him. During the Truth Campaign video announcement, Corey Feldman expressed a very distressed emotional state.
During the video, Feldman expressed some emotional experiences that may signify he is suffering from PTSD. He referred to the Harvey Weinstein scandal and how he is reliving his own private pain that he has tried to bury for years but continues to resurface.
He also addressed his recent arrest and referred to a near-death-experience where he felt he would be killed. Corey Feldman has repeatedly stated publicly that he fears death at the hands of the men who abused him.
Watch the video below where Corey Feldman describes two trucks speeding at him simultaneously and how he feared for his life.
He also indicated some of his band members are fearing for their lives and quit. One can only imagine what Corey Feldman is going through as he gathers the courage to take on his abusers once and for all.
Matt Lauer’s interview with Corey Feldman became a bit antagonistic and suggested that Feldman wasn’t doing enough to protect future children from child abuse by waiting to release names.
The attacks seem unfounded and though some might agree with Lauer, it should be remembered that Corey Feldman has spoken publicly about the abuse allegations for years.
He has repeatedly stated the reason he hasn’t named names is due to the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations is a reality that Feldman must address and there is no doubt that he needs to ensure he is legally protected before releasing a movie that names alleged Hollywood pedophiles.
What do you think? Do you support Corey Feldman’s plan to raise $10 million and produce the film that will once and for all expose Hollywood’s pedophile ring?
Do you think Corey Feldman should wait for a legal team before naming names or should he just publicly state the names of the abusers despite a possible legal backlash?