Earlier this week, former child star Corey Feldman vowed to expose Hollywood’s alleged pedophile network when he announced his TRUTH campaign to attempt to produce a documentary about what he experienced as a child — Feldman alleges that he and his friend Corey Haim became familiar with this ring of pedophilia in their youths.
During his announcement, Feldman stated that one of his abusers remains a powerful player in Hollywood up to this very day and that he could name at least six names off the top of his head, all of whom have routinely participated in this culture of sexual predation of children. On top of that, Feldman also expressed deep fear that those in power could bring about his eventual death in light of his revelations.
Many have since been asking why Feldman just does not outright name his accusers and be done with it. Unfortunately, the statute of limitations in California makes that difficult,
“I’d love to be the first to do it,” Feldman said in an interview back in 2016. “But unfortunately California conveniently enough has a statute of limitations that prevents that from happening. Because if I were to go and mention anybody’s name, I would be the one that would be in legal problems and I’m the one that would be sued.”
What about when the statute of limitations were not in play? Did Corey Feldman name his abusers then? Shockingly, recent evidence shows that in 1993, when Corey Feldman was just 22, the child actor did indeed tell police the names of his sexual abusers . . . and they did nothing.
In 2013, when Corey Feldman began speaking out about Hollywood pedophilia in his book, Coreyography, Radar Online uncovered a secret police recording from 1993 in which Feldman stated he had been molested as a child in Hollywood and even named those who did it. For legal reasons, the recording had the names edited out; Feldman identifies them in his memoir as “Ron,” “Tony,” “Burnham” and “Crimson” — all pseudonyms.
For some inexplicable reason, the recording that Radar Online provided has vanished, leaving behind only an embed code where it once stood. When searching online, the only evidence to confirm that the tape did indeed exist was a cheap video recording of a CBS News segment from 2011. Why has the recording vanished?
According to Radar Online, Santa Barbara sheriffs brought Feldman in for questioning regarding his relationship with pop star Michael Jackson, asking him if the musician had ever molested him during their time spent together in his youth. Though Feldman denied that Jackson ever molested him, he did confirm that sexual molestation exists in Tinseltown.
“I myself was molested,” Feldman reportedly told the Santa Barbara sheriffs.
“I know what it’s like to go through those feelings and believe me, the person who molested me, if this was him that did that to me, this would be a different story,” he continued. “I would be out there, up front, doing something immediately to have this man given what was due to him.”
Why did the police do nothing if Feldman gave them names? Other than anything conspiratorial, the most logical explanation is that they were too focused on nailing Michael Jackson to notice; Jackson stood accused by Jordy Chandler of sexual abuse at the time.
In recent years, Feldman has expressed frustration that police did nothing. “All names were given to police before statute had run out but they did zero,” he wrote to a fan on Twitter in 2013.
The crimes Feldman describes having been forced upon him and his friend Corey Haim in his memoir Coreyography are nothing short of horrific; stories of older men luring them in close and preying on their innocence. Feldman maintains that his good friend Corey Haim endured the worst of this abuse at age 14 while filming the movie Lucas.
“At some point during the filming, he explained an adult male convinced him that it was perfectly normal for older men and younger boys in the business to have sexual relations, that it was what all ‘guys do,'” Feldman wrote in his memoir. “During a lunch break for the cast and crew, and Haim, innocent and ambitious as he was, allowed himself to be sodomized.”
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