There are new updates in the Corey Feldman sexual abuse case. Though Feldman’s abusers are hiding behind California’s statute of limitation laws, Corey is finally taking the legal steps necessary to make the information about his past sexual abuse know to law enforcement. While the chances of getting a case sent to prosecution for crimes committed in the 80s is unlikely, there are many positive benefits that will come from Corey Feldman filing an official police report.
First and foremost, Corey Feldman needs to file a police report for his own emotional health and well being. There is something empowering about exposing pedophiles, rapists, and those who have victimized you. Corey Feldman has been telling his abuse for decades, while at the same time trying to protect the identities of his abusers for fear of legal repercussions.
By filing a report and sharing his entire story with law enforcement, he can once-and-for-all take back the power his abusers stole from him.
The media and some in the public have run wild with stories trying to say Feldman never said the names of his abusers. By filing an official police report with the LAPD, those stories will be laid to rest.
The only person Feldman needs to tell the names to are law enforcement officials, not the press.
Corey Feldman finally reveals names of alleged pedos after being confronted by Dr Oz he never named them to police https://t.co/A16s4rYrKf
— Ƭαвιтнα Ɓℓιѕѕ ❤ (@BlissTabitha) November 3, 2017
There are other reasons why Corey Feldman filing a police report and naming his abusers to police will be highly beneficial.
Things are much different today then they were in the 80s and 90s.
When Feldman was first grilled by authorities for the Michael Jackson case, the resources weren’t in place to investigate sexual abuse and pedophilia crimes like they are today.
Additionally, though Feldman is correct that the statute of limitations means his abusers will not face prosecution for what they did to him, the police report will put the abusers on the radar. This includes the F.B.I.
As pedophiles are highly unlikely to change their behavior, Feldman’s police report will open the doorway for these people to be investigated.
Should any of these people continue to assault minors, chances are charges will be brought on new cases that can be prosecuted.
Corey Feldman might even be called in as a witness to share his own personal stories if a judge will allow it. Either way, his official report will open the doorway for investigators to begin monitoring the abusers.
Hey, @Corey_Feldman you're doing the right thing. Police reports, even years after the fact can be used as evidence.
— Arngrim (@Arngrim) November 3, 2017
Alison Arngrim, who played Nellie Oleson on the series Little House on the Prairie has spoken about her own sexual abuse and is an outspoken activist to help combat child pedophilia in Hollywood. She shared a message of support to Corey.
Did you watch Dr. Oz’s interview with Corey Feldman? What did you think of Corey’s bravery to contact the police and coming forward with the names of some of his abusers?