Huge Child Star Calls Out Hollywood Pedos (Video)

Cory Feldman, America's famous actor starring in many known films such as Gremlins, The Goonies, and Stand by Me has a lot to say about pedophilia. “Hollywood’s biggest problem” is pedophilia, not the #metoo movement.

He's going to call out “Lost Boys” co-star in his upcoming documentary, “Truth: The Rape of the Two Coreys.”

More from the New York Post:

In an interview with the Guardian, the ’80s icon claims his long-awaited documentary will expose a child sex ring in which he and late actor Corey Haim were victims. Feldman, 48, who has teased potentially incriminating information for decades, says he plans to finally name the abusers of his “Lost Boys” co-star in the doc, tentatively titled “Truth: The Rape of the Two Coreys.”

The eccentric star also took aim at #MeToo, decrying the film industry for giving momentum to that movement while ignoring his own explosive accusations for so long. “They go to the SAG [Screen Actors Guild] awards and they get all dressed in black and they honor Patricia Arquette. But why was I not invited?” he asked.

While filming the movie "Lucas" in 1986 Corey Haim and Corey Feldman were raped by a "Major Hollywood figure". Haim sadly passed away in 2010 at the age of 38 so he cannot share the horrors the two endured.

By the time they were 19, at the height of their acting careers, they were both “passed around,” “given drugs” and “used for sex.” Child actor, Alison Arngrim “Little House on the Prairie”, also claims everyone knew this horrible act was going on with these two.

In 2017 he was interviewed by Dr. Oz and belted out that former assistant Jon Grissom from “License to Drive” and “Dream a Little Dream,” molested him. It was a great big step coming out as it isn't very easy. Especially for famous people that could be ridiculed so badly, they lose their future in acting.

“Nobody wants to go after the bad guys,” he said.

Photo by the New York Post

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