Corey Feldman Will Expose Hollywood Pedophiles… If We Give Him $10 Million

Remember when Corey Feldman tearfully opened up about how he and Corey Haim were molested as children by some of the most powerful people in Hollywood? Well, in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Feldman is finally ready to expose the creeps who might still be abusing child actors to this day. In a movie that he’s producing. Provided the public gives him $10 million on Indiegogo to make it.

Yeah, no #metoo for Corey Feldman, he needs millions of dollars if he’s going to expose his abusers. The project hasn’t announced stretch goals, but maybe for $20 million he’ll go to the non-existent basement of that pizza place in D.C. that the Pepe avatars on Twitter thought was a child sex dungeon because some DNC staffer took their kids to a pool party or something.

We are asking for friends, fans, family, industry peers, and people from all walks of life who may not know who Corey is or what this story is about, to all help pitch in, at fighting back against the Hollywood system, the best way a man created in the system, knows how to defend himself; by telling his truth through his art.

I feel for Corey Feldman, but let’s not get carried away with the word “art” here, Feldman is the star of some direct-to-video Lost Boys sequels and Sharknado 3.

In order to make a true Hollywood Blockbuster these days the studios are spending upwards of $150,000,000 on average.  We are asking for less that a tenth of that to make a top level quality film that will be guaranteed as a theatrical release.  Even if every twitter follower pitches in $100 we are there.  We can protect ourselves with security and a legal team as we fight to tell this story, and pay for the films production, editing, marketing, and distribution.

“I’m really committed to stopping child molestation in Hollywood, as long as it gets me an Oscar and a buttload of money.”

Additionally, Corey believes this revolutionary approach to self financing and self distribution can revolutionize the film industry and take away the power from those who now hold the keys to the world of Entertainment, which allows the power monsters to continue doing the things they have for so long.

I’m pretty sure Zach Braff already did this and the only thing it resulted in was an okay Zach Braff movie. Oh, and there was that Veronica Mars movie, that was pretty decent.

This can truly be a way to regain control over who has access to children in the industry, while weeding out the criminals who have already caused the damage.  This is a call for the world to unite for a most important cause, to preserve the innocence of children.  Please do your part TODAY.

I mean, he could accomplish most of that with a tweet, right? No one had to make a movie about Harvey Weinstein, it just took a single story in the New York Times. Maybe he should call the New York Times? Oh, right, a story in the Times doesn’t get you invited to an Oscar parties, does it?

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