In a recent interview Corey Feldman has stated that the late Corey Haim was molested, and the results of that ultimately led to his death.
It’s not been the first time it’s been mentioned, but on a recent appearance on Nightline Corey Feldman has again mentioned that there is a highly successful movie mogul out their that believes it is a perk of the job to molest child actors in their care.
While no real statement has been made to identify this mogul as male or female, it has long been suspected that this is a man. In the interview, Feldman spoke about his Lost Boys co-star Corey Haim (who died last year), stating that he was molested by the mogul in question. This is not the first time that Feldman has mentioned the attacker, and cites this as the main reason why Haim’s career crumbled, and health buckled due to alcohol and drug abuse.
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Feldman stated that pedophilia was the number one problem in Hollywood for child actors. And then went on to say that he could not identify the individual. Could it be that Feldman is subject to some sort of gagging order? Or is he being threatened in some way?
Many books and indie movies allure to the fact that pedophiles operate freely in the movie industry, some former child stars have might light references in the past, but nothing tangible, nobody has gone on the record.
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In The Two Coreys a reality show that reunited Feldman and Haim, Haim confronted Feldman at one point stating that Feldman had allowed him to be sexually abused by someone. Feldman retorted that he too was being molested, and asked what Haim did to protect him.
In the interview Feldman stated that the abuser was guaranteed to be watching.
So who is this person, the actors worked together on The Lost Boys, License To Drive and Dream A Little Dream; so you could try to make connections their, you could also draw reference to the fact that both did a lot of work with Warner, Columbia, and Tri-Star pictures, so maybe it could be a studio boss rather than someone of power on individual projects.
With over 500 articles coming up on Google in respect of this story, you can guarantee that off the back of this interview someone will be drawing a list of names.