Corey Feldman’s Hollywood Pedophile Exposé Implicates Charlie Sheen but has No New Accusations

Corey Feldman has been claiming for years that his new documentary, (My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys, was going to blow the lid off of the alleged pedophile ring that’s been victimizing child actors in Hollywood for decades, and when push cake to shove, no one was able to watch the damn thing.

Well, almost no one. He did hold a press screening while his internet livestream was supposed to be taking place, and People had the details about the movie.

It’s probably safe to say that this is a major disappointment because Feldman’s film apparently just rehashed the allegations he’s already made, most notably that Charlie Sheen raped Corey Haim when they were both teenagers. Sheen emphatically denies the allegations, telling People through this representatives, “these sick, twisted and outlandish allegations never occurred. Period. I would urge everyone to consider the source and read what his mother Judy Haim has to say.”

Feldman also names three people he claims raped him in the film.

In the documentary, Feldman also repeated his claims against actor Jon Grissom, his former talent manager Marty Weiss and nightclub owner Alphy Hoffman, all of whom he previously accused of sexual assault, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Now look, one glance at Feldman’s twitter feed and you’ll know that something happened to that dude that fucked him up. But he’s been hyping this movie for years, claiming he feared for his safety and needed millions of dollars to protect himself and that he was going to blow the lid off of a huge conspiracy and… it doesn’t have anything he hasn’t been saying for years. And the people who paid $20 to watch it couldn’t even do that.

Just put the movie on iTunes, dude, no one is going to kill you.

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