Corey Feldman to expose ‘Hollywood pedophile ring’

By Marriska Fernandes on March 5, 2020 | 22 Comments


Corey FeldmanCorey Feldman is ready to expose his powerful abusers from Hollywood in his new documentary (my) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys.

In 2013, he published Coreyography: A Memoir, which revealed he been sexually abused when he was a child star, and said his abusers were powerful men in Hollywood. His late friend Corey Haim, who died of a drug overdose in 2010, had also been abused and had confided in Feldman.

On The Wendy Williams Show, Feldman revealed: “We had both been molested as children… he was raped physically. I was raped emotionally. I was molested.”

While Feldman wasn’t ready to reveal the names in his memoir, he is now ready to expose those men in his documentary, which will air as a pay-per-view title March 9 and 10 only. “I am saying every name that affected… our lives, and we have victims talking about their experiences… The one main name that everyone is waiting to hear… It is a name that everybody on the planet knows.”

He told Entertainment Weekly, “The last two years have been insurmountable, but I believe that with great risk comes great reward. And I believe the reward in all of this, if nothing else, will be that these guys are finally exposed. I’m hoping that what happened to [Harvey] Weinstein [will happen], that multiple victims will come forward. And as a result, these guys will finally get indictments and we can put them out of business.”

Corey also believes that his life is in danger, after receiving multiple death threats. He told Wendy Williams. “I had to take an insurance policy on the film, not on my life – I have got security for that, 24 hour home security. Because we are in danger. I’ve been stabbed, I was almost run over by two trucks – big monster trucks with the giant bars of lights – and that happened literally the day after I went on YouTube and said, ‘I’m going to do something about this.'”

My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys airs on Monday on March 9 and 10 on mytruthdoc.com. ~Marriska Fernandes



Comments & Discussion

  1. Anonymous • March 5, 2020 @ 9:47 AM

    Is it not kinda sketchy it’s behind a pay wall?

  2. Dingus • March 5, 2020 @ 11:05 AM

    Why shouldn’t he make money off of it?

  3. Anonymous • March 5, 2020 @ 11:08 AM

    I don’t believe that it is “sketchy”, that it’s “behind a pay wall“. He is going to need money for personal security for the rest of his life. Why should that come out of his pocket? He’s the victim. Besides, why shouldn’t he make some money to compensate in some small way, for the pain he has had to endure.

  4. Derek Beaupre • March 5, 2020 @ 11:16 AM

    If this was so much of a problem, why didn’t he do something about it 30 years ago ?
    I was a 14 year old boy, very slight and unaware.
    Two very big grown men raped me in the foster home I was supposed to be getting safety from, as opposed to being homeless.
    I stood on the tallest stair, I shouted and yelled and talked and complained to all the people that are supposed help victims. I did this repeatedly until I was heard and the people were investigated and charged and jailed.
    I didn’t wait 30 and tell all for a price……………….

  5. Tony • March 5, 2020 @ 11:35 AM

    While I’m sorry this happened to you Derek, not everyone has the same response.

    It’s disgusting of you to say that your way is the only way to deal with abuse.

    You aren’t the only victim, and your advice is completely unwarranted or requested.

    I am happy you’re doing better.

  6. Anonymous • March 5, 2020 @ 11:38 AM

    Shouldn’t the money raised come from the results of charges laid? It seems a little off, that this information needs to come out, but only if we pay for it? Seems like more of a production than an honest re-telling of something that happened, or something that needs to be said so that others are not put in the same unfortunate situation that they were. Having to pay for this information, this ‘truth’, makes me feel like it’s nothing short of a horror film – created for money, paid for by people looking for its ‘entertainment’ (as sick as it may be) value.

  7. lucille • March 5, 2020 @ 12:34 PM

    we all deal with adverity differently this has affected his life for year and has curtailed him from making movies and to. earn money. also affected his self esteem Hes alway been in the shadows Many have been abused and have never ever told anyone.I am one of them and I am now in my 70s and it still haunts me

  8. lucille • March 5, 2020 @ 12:35 PM

    we all deal with adverity differently this has affected his life for year and has curtailed him from making movies and to. earn money. also affected his self esteem Hes alway been in the shadows Many have been abused and have never ever told anyone.I am one of them and I am now in my 70s and it still haunts me

  9. Liz • March 5, 2020 @ 1:27 PM

    These young men have told their stories many times in many ways. Please do not attack them. It s time we stood up with them and for them. Sexual assault destroys so many lives. It s time these criminals were held to account. They act like animals they should be caged like animals.

  10. Pamela Sturt • March 5, 2020 @ 4:42 PM

    Derek, you were very brave to tell on your attackers, i give you a lot of credit for doing that, and am very sorry you had to go through what you did. ?? But each person’s situation is different, and each person themself is different. Obviously when this happened to Corey, he did not feel able to tell on his attackers or otherwise stop the abuse. As an adult, he has been able to. And to Derek and “Anonymous”, if he gains something from it financially, there is no harm done. It’s not as if anyone is being FORCED to buy his book, or his pay per view. To Lucille, i am sorry for what you went through also. It is sad you have not been able to confide in someone all these years. If you dont feel able to talk to family or friends, a counselor could be very helpful. ? And finally, to Liz, animals do NOT behave like rapists. They are far better than evil humans. But yes, these men should be caged, for sure.

  11. CR • March 5, 2020 @ 4:48 PM

    I’m surprised this is evening getting posted. Corey Haim’s mother said numerous times she didn’t want Feldman to talk about her son in this way. I think it’s very disrespectful especially coming up to the anniversary of his death on March 10. She’s already devastated after losing her son. I think out of respect it should be taken down.

  12. Julie • March 5, 2020 @ 7:19 PM

    @CR Sounds like Haim’s mother is in denial of what her son went through. You’d think she would be glad that his exploiters would be named and that there might be some justice for her son and others.

  13. JD • March 5, 2020 @ 11:29 PM

    There is NO justice for Corey Haim. He is dead and will never know what will become of those who are named. Feldman was not in a position in terms of his own recovery before to come out with these names. The fact he can and will is remarkable and should be applauded as it will prevent further abuse. He’s not in it for the money or attention. In fact, he would rather not be doing this. As far as the film costing money to see think of it this way it costs money for a streaming service like NetFlix or Prime Video etc doesn’t it? In fact, he offered the doc to American streamin services but they didn’t want lawsuits so they turned it down. You can bet come Monday that there’s going to be a legal tsunami of defamation against Feldman for disclosing what he will. There’s a lot of good people in the entertainment industry and slimeballs like Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein that needed to be exposed. They need to go after people who prey on kids and if this doc busts that wide open so they can arrest people or stop current abuse than props to Feldman for bravery.

  14. RL • March 6, 2020 @ 4:39 PM

    As long as it’s all somehow proven… otherwise it is slander.
    Of course I’m more than sure he has proof, otherwise he wouldn’t be doing this, but I just hope this is not witch hunt, but a true search for justice.

  15. Chas • March 7, 2020 @ 7:18 PM

    So if its not behind a pay wall how does the movie get made…certainly he has paid enough in trauma n tears..is he to be expected to pay for the cost of making the movie as well? Besides which, if i read it correctly, its available for two days on a pay per view platform. It seems to me that someone doing it as a cash grab would give themselves s bigger window to make money if that was the case…i just dont understand what stands to be gained by questioning motives here..it is that type of public resistance that can keep victims silent and afraid to pursue – if not justice at the very least – a means to cope with their pain.

  16. Jack • March 9, 2020 @ 12:34 AM

    I read the string of comments and I can’t believe the responses of ignorance coming from people who have not been raped or are submissive to their rapists to the point where they think they are okay in blaming the victim. After being raped in the army and sexually abused as a child I am finally feeling safe enough to seek out Justice and reparation for the bullshit I’ve had to deal with not only physically but mentally because of these abusive pedophile people that take advantage of the weak. my first pedophile even admitted to me to my face while I was an adult that he abused me and wanted to see how much I’ve grown since then. Not to mention the scoutmasters abuse of myself and others in my troop. You guys think that you’re safe, you’re not. Wake up idiots. It’s not just me and we are tired of being abused and being afraid to say anything because of ignorance like yours and your oh it’s not real attitude. I’m doing this so you don’t have to. You sicken and annoy me and I’m coming for

  17. Melody • March 9, 2020 @ 3:20 PM

    My heart breaks for all the children who have been abused. The sad truth is it’s something that’s more frequent than people will ever know, a secret shame for many. I feel glad that Mr. Feldman is coming forward and exposing the terrible people who hurt him and Corey Haim. I think it’ s pretty clear that Mr. Haim’s experiences affected and altered his life. While doing that, Mr. Feldman is going to open doors for many people to come forward, children and adults who have gone through or are currently going through such horrible abuses. I’m sure there are many kids, actors and kids next door, who “grew up” in similar situations and felt powerless to do or say anything about it. There’s too much pressure on young actors and performers to keep their names and faces at the top, to be “on” for the public and continue their careers into adulthood. It’s what they’ve grown used to and it’s their way of life. I think it would be a terrible, scary and probably effective threat for someone to tell you they can take your future away if you don’t comply and then keep your mouth shut. Mr. Feldman has to pay to produce his “tell all” documentary and I think whatever money he gets after that, he deserves. Some of these Hollywood big shots are so twisted and so entitled that they feel untouchable. My opinion is they should be held accountable and be made examples of with extreme punishment. That might deter some who use these deplorable practices currently and encourage victims to come forward now so the abusers aren’t allowed to walk around free for years continuing the abuses they inflict so freely. The power that comes with their positions should be taken away swiftly before they can ruin more lives. I hope Mr. Feldman gives courage to those who are suffering in silence to come forward. I don’t think there’s any shame if you’ve been victimized, the shame lies with the cruel and callous person who commits such inhumane actions and just goes on as usual. It’s disgusting. Sorry for the rant.

  18. jordan fraser • March 9, 2020 @ 4:13 PM

    IT IS SUCH AN IMPORTANT TOPIC TO TALK ABOUT. PAMELA YOUR FEED BACK TO PEOPLE WAS GREAT. DEREK I AM SO SORRY TOO FOR WHAT YOU WENT THROUGH AND HOPE YOU ARE STILL GETTING HELP FOR THE RAPE THAT OCCURRED TO YOU. MY FIRST RAPES OCCURRED BETWEEN 3 AND 5 AND I BURIED THAT MEMORY FOR MANY REASONS UNTIL I HAD A FULL MEMORY OF AT LEAST ONE INCIDENT WHEN I WAS AGE 30. TO THE LADY IN YOUR 70S I WISH YOU HEALING AS WELL. THE SECOND PERSON WHO RAPED ME OCCURRED WHEN I WAS 28 YEARS OF AGE. MY PERPETRATOR FROM MY CHILDHOOD IS NOW DEAD. I WAS FORTUNATE TO FACE HER (COMPLETELY SOBER) WHEN I WAS 30 AND ASK HER IF SHE REMEMBERED WHAT SHE DID TO ME. SHE DENIED IT AND FLED THE COUNTRY SHORTLY AFTER. BEING ABLE TO FACE HER WAS BEGINNING OF HEALING FOR ME. THE RAPE WHEN I WAS 28 WAS BY A MAN WHOM I THOUGHT WAS A FRIEND TIL THAT OCCURRED. I BURIED THE OCCURRENCE OF THAT RAPE AS IT WAS VERY CLOSE TO THE EPIPHANY STYLE REMEBRANCE OF MY CHILDHOOD RAPE. I ABUSED ALCOHOL FOR YEARS TO NUMB PAIN, GUILT AND SHAME. YES I WASN’T GUILTY BUT THAT UNFORTUNATELY WAS AN EMOTION I FELT. I HAVE FORGIVEN BOTH PEOPLE THROUGH MY FAITH. THIS DOESN’T MEAN IT WAS OKAY WHAT HAPPENED. LIKE SOMEONE ELSE IN THIS FORUM ALLUDED TO RAPE IS VERY PERSONAL TO EACH INDIVIDUAL AND WE WILL ALL REACT AND RESPOND IN OUR OWN WAY AND TIMELINE. I AM VERY FORTUNATE TO BE CLEAN AND SOBER AND IN AN AA PROGRAM SINCE JULY 28, 2017. AS A 50 YEAR OLD MALE I IDENTIFY AS A MAN WHO HAD A COUPLE SEXUAL EXPERIENCES WITH MEN WHEN I WAS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL/DRUGS BUT KNOW IN TERMS OF RELATIONSHIPS AND LOVE I AM HETEROSEXUAL. I DON’T REGRET ANY EXPERIENCE I HAD WITH MEN BUT KNOW WHEN I AM SOBER AND LOOKING FOR HEALTHY NURTURING AND RELATIONSHIPS IT IS A FEMALE I WILL LIKELY HAVE THOSE RELATIONSHIPS WITH AS “ONE DAY AT A TIME” I PLAN NEVER TO USE ALCOHOL OR “STREET DRUGS” AGAIN. IN 2020 OR ANYTIME I BELIEVE GAY LOVE OR SEX BETWEEN TRADITIONAL MALES AND FEMALES IS FINE FOR THE PEOPLE INVOLVED AND CAN BE HEALTHY AS LONG AS BOTH PEOPLE ARE IN THOSE RELATIONSHIPS HONOURING THEIR OWN SPIRIT AND NOT BEING SUBSERVIENT TO ANOTHER. I WISH EVERYONE HEALING IN THEIR OWN TIME.FOR ME PERSONALLY I DON’T THINK ALL THE EMOTIONS ONE FEELS FROM RAPES OR SEXUAL ABUSE OF ANY KIND IS SOMETHING I AM EVERY FULLY COMPLETE AGAIN BUT THROUGH SOBRIETY, LOVING MYSELF YEARS OF WORKING ON MYSELF AS LIKE I SAY I’M 50 SO HAVE BEEN FORTUNATE UNLIKE MANY WHO ARE STILL YOUNG IN RELATION TO WHEN THEY WERE RAPED. FOR ME PERSONALLY YOU CAN TELL HOW MANY TIMES I HAVE USED THE WORD RAPE IS THAT IN MY OPINION REGARDLESS OF THE SPECIFICS OY SEXUAL ABUSE A PREDATOR RAPED ME NOT JUST PHYSICALLY BUT TOOK AWAY THE INNOCENCE, TRUST AND SECURITY OF A CHILD. I HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LIFE NOW AND ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO TELL SOMEONE YOU TRUST TO START YOUR HEALING. BECAUSE SO MANY MILLIONS OF US EXPERIENCED THIS THE EMOTIONS AND COPING MECHANISMS USED TO COPE AND LIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE LIFE ARE AS VAST AS EVERY INDIVIDUAL WHO HAS EXPERIENCED A RAPE. GOD BLESS EVERYONE WHO HAS COMMENTED HERE. ALTHOUGH I WASN’T IN CALIFORNIA WHEN MICHAEL JACKSON AND COREY FELDMAN WERE CLOSE I STRONGLY BELIEVE THEIR RELATIONSHIP MAY HAVE BEEN INAPPROPRIATE BY ONE PARTY WHO WASN’T A TEEN OR YOUTH AT THAT TIME. PERHAPS THIS MOVIE/DOCUMENTARY MAY BE MORE SPECIFIC AS HE SAID IN NAMING NAMES THAT ARE POWERFUL IN HOLLYWOOD AND IF ALIVE CAN BE ADDRESSED AS I DON’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT STATUE OF LIMITATIONS LAW FOR CHARGING IN THE UNITED STATES AS I LIVE AND MY RAPES OCCURRED IN CANADA. THERE IS HELP I PROMISE YOU LOVING YOURSELF AND DOING ANYTHING YOU CAN TO AVOID DRUGGING OR DRINKING OF ALCOHOL OR OTHER DISOSSCIATING BEHAVIOUR CAN BE THE START OF YOUR RECOVERY, MORE ENJOYMENT, HEALTHIER RELATIONSHIPS IN LIFE. I KNOW I WROTE A LOT BUT IT IS PART OF RECOVERY, CATHARTIC AND IS A HEALTHY WAY OF EXPRESSING MYSELY. NURTURING LOVE AND KINDNESS TO ALL. JORDAN

  19. Liz • March 9, 2020 @ 6:57 PM

    Wow. I have heard for years that these two actors were abused. Haim by Charlee Sheen on the set of Lucas. Corey Haim was a troubled soul and may he Rest In Peace.
    Feldman should not be in any kind of financial peril he was in some big movies.
    I think he has nothing to loose by confirming the rumors. But I do not think its right to use Corey Haim in this. He is dead. Let him Rest In Peace. The drug abuse that ended his life was obviously the result of the way he was abused in Hollywood.
    But Feldman should do this for himself and not be disrespectful to Haims mother who will forever grieve her sons passing.

  20. Dan the Man • March 12, 2020 @ 9:57 AM

    Haim’s mother doesn’t want anything said because she was likely complicit in the matter. That’s often the case with Hollywood parents that will do anything so that their little darlings achieve fame and fortune. Why wouldn’t she want justice for her departed son? Drop the matter out of respect? You are out of your mind and your depth.

  21. David • March 14, 2020 @ 5:13 PM

    What happened to him was sick and his abusers need to be punished. What I also find sick is that he waited 30 years and making a movie about his and Haim’s abuse while their abuser(s) are and have been free for 30 years and able to abuse others and probably did. How many other children have been abused because of his silence? How many since he started making his movie.

  22. Sigh • April 17, 2020 @ 7:12 AM

    Don’t you f–king dare blame the victim for being silent. We ignore truth if it makes us uncomfortable. It’s easy to deny reality and bury our memories until some catastrophic event brings it all to the surface.
    Just look at who is leading a certain country… people like these are rewarded, while the victim is ostracized. That’s f—ed up.


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