In Corey Feldman’s new documentary, the former child star revives allegations that actor Charlie Sheen raped his longtime friend Corey Haim while filming the movie “Lucas” in 1986, the subject of an ongoing defamation suit between Sheen and the National Enquirer tabloid magazine.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the documentary, “(My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys,” screened in Los Angeles on Monday, names several men who allegedly raped Cory Feldman and Corey Haim in their youth, chief among the alleged abusers, Feldman claims, was actor Charlie Sheen.
“This wasn’t like a one time thing he said in passing. It wasn’t like, ‘Oh, by the way, this happened.’ He went into great detail,” Feldman says in the documentary about the alleged rape. “He told me, ‘Charlie bent me over in between two trailers and put Crisco oil on my butt and raped me in broad daylight. Anybody could have walked by, anybody could have seen it.'”
Haim would have been 13 and Sheen would have been 19 at the time of the incident.
Sheen has repeatedly and categorically denied the accusation and sued the National Enquirer in 2017 for defamation.
“In my nearly 35 years as a celebrated entertainer, I have been nothing shy of a forthright, noble, and valiant courier of the truth,” Sheen told TMZ in 2017. “Consistently admitting and owning a laundry list of shortcomings, wrongdoings, and indiscretions this traveler hath traveled — however, every man has a breaking point. These radically groundless and unfounded allegations end now. I now take a passionate stand against those who wish to even entertain the sick and twisted lies against me. GAME OVER.”
Feldman’s documentary features several other people corroborating Haim’s account in on-camera interviews, alleging that Haim told them directly that Sheen sexually abused him. None of the witnesses, however, provide any first-hand evidence.
“[Corey Haim] shared with me that on the set of Lucas that he was raped as a little boy,” Feldman’s ex-wife Susannah Sprague says in the documentary. “He told me that it was his costar and he told me that it was Charlie Sheen that did it.”
Feldman also accuses several other men of rape in the documentary, including nightclub owner Alphy Hoffman, former talent manager Marty Weiss, and actor Jon Grissom. Feldman also names Dominick Brascia, a former actor, who died in 2018. All men named categorically deny the allegations, accusing Feldman of capitalizing off the #MeToo movement.
Feldman successfully screened the movie for an audience in Los Angeles, but he planned to distribute the documentary as a pay-per-view event. At showtime, though, fans who paid $20 for the film were greeted with little more than an error message or a black box. The movie never streamed. Feldman claims that hackers crashed the site.
“Please be patient,” a message on the pay-per-view site read. “The hackers are trying to prevent the stream from airing. The program will begin momentarily. We appreciate your patience and support!”
Corey Feldman began speaking out about Hollywood pedophilia in his book, Coreyography, released in 2013. At the time, Feldman identified his abusers only as “Ron,” “Tony,” “Burnham” and “Crimson” — all pseudonyms. Though Feldman had a close relationship with Michael Jackson, he has always maintained that the singer never abused him.