Corey Feldman is alleging he has a documentary that could “potentially” bring down “a pedophile ring.”
In a long read from Rolling Stone, former child star Feldman details a documentary he has made about him and the late Corey Haim and their experiences in young Hollywood. It includes a story that brings to light “the two industry men who allegedly molested him at the age of 14″ and “the A-lister and others who allegedly raped or molested his best friend.”
“I believe that I can also bring down potentially a pedophile ring that I’ve been aware of since I was a child,” he tells the magazine. “Right off the bat, I can name six names, one of them who is still very powerful today. [It’s] a story that links all the way up to a studio [and] connects pedophilia to one of the major studios.”
Feldman says that he has spoken with seven people “who were told first-hand that this person raped Corey,” but that the people got cold feet after receiving death threats, so it is not clear if they will be in the finished product.
“Truth: The Rape Of Two Coreys” is still looking for an outlet to show the doc after being rejected many times, including Lifetime, which did air the “Surviving R. Kelly” series.
Feldman also addresses “Leaving Neverland”, the documentary that re-opened the sexual abuse allegations against Michael Jackson, who was a good friend of Feldman.
At the time of release, Feldman called the film “one-sided” but admits it has “caused me to have concerns.”
“It’s the standard grooming process that they describe,” he says. “Everything was similar [to what happened to me] up until the sexual part. Everything. He bought me gifts, a Watchman TV, a gold watch from Disneyland. So was he grooming me and I just never ended up being his pick? Or was that just who he was? That’s the fu**ing thing. We’ll never know. But I would have been exactly his type. I was cute, short and blond. You know?”
The article also delves into the world of the “Wolfpack”, an “online gang” with YouTube videos harassing Feldman. They produce videos with titles like “You Lowlife Feldman You Have Gone Too Far This Time” and “send out tweets saying, ‘If longing to see @Corey_Feldman get gang raped in prison is wrong, I don’t want to be right,’ and ‘I personally will never stop until CF is in prison or mental institution at best,’” writes Rolling Stone.
Feldman believes Judy, Haim’s mother, is responsible for comments. She claims Feldman is “desperately trying to destroy my son’s history, his image, his memory.”
“It’s a very deep jealousy thing, that my son always got first billing,” she tells the mag. “I’m sick of him, dragging my son’s name through the mud for nine years. I mean, how shameful. The guy’s a liar. The guy’s sick. OK?”