Stop Saying Corey Feldman Didn't Name Names — He Has Tried To Expose Pedophiles For Over 20 Years

Stop Saying Corey Feldman Didn't Name Names — He Has Tried To Expose Pedophiles For Over 20 Years
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On October 29, 2013, three years following the death of his best friend Corey Haim, Corey Feldman released his autobiography Coreyography . On the first page, Corey mentions Hollywood teen parties he used to attend with fellow celebrities. He later revealed the owner of that club was Alphy Hoffman, one of the men he alleges sexually molested him. When Corey originally wrote Coreyography, he put the names of the alleged pedophiles in the book. Lawyers demanded that he change the names, so in order to comply, Corey Feldman changed the names to pseudonyms that rhymed with the real person. Alphy Hoffman became Randy Kauffman.

Throughout the book, you will find the same pattern — that was 2013, five years following the groundbreaking A&E episode from The Two Coreys where Corey Haim went forward with all of his cards, laid them on the table, and told the world that he had been sexually abused at approximately 14-years-old.

Corey Feldman revealed that he had been sexually abused too and it seems that from that moment on, Corey has been in a fight to see the men whom he alleges abused him and Corey Haim (who sadly passed away on March 10, 2010) brought to justice.

He's still fighting.

Corey Feldman's documentary was a powerful moment for him, not only as Corey Haim's best friend but also as a survivor who had been silenced for over a decade.

Corey describes it as a "miracle" that he was able to obtain the insurance required to say the full names of the men he accused of working together in a pedophile network along with the name of the man he says raped Corey Haim when he was only 13-years-old — Charlie Sheen.

Charlie Sheen denied the allegations through his publicist but Corey Feldman wasn't the only one to make them. In Corey Feldman's documentary (My) Truth: The Rape Of 2 Coreys , multiple people, including Corey Feldman's ex-wife Susie (Sprague) Feldman, stated on camera that Corey Haim confided to them that Charlie Sheen raped him.

To accuse Corey Feldman of "not naming names' does a disservice to victims of child sexual abuse worldwide. Corey Feldman not only named names and was silenced and prevented by law, but he has continued to name his alleged abusers repeatedly and on multiple platforms, until he finally could name them in his film.

Tickets for (My) Truth: The Rape Of 2 Coreys are on sale now as the movie will return to video streaming on-demand on April 22, 2020.

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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