The Former Child Star Promises To Expose Hollywood’s ‘Pedophile Ring’ In New Documentary
Ahh, Hollyweird continues to get stranger and more exposed! In the city of the stars and where dreams are made has long been controversial and basically perverted. After Donald Trump’s election, women decided they weren’t going to be silent any longer and thus the #MeToo era was born. We’ve seen men like Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby get knocked off their pedestals after endless allegations of sexual assault and misconduct. The creepers behind and front of the camera don’t only favorite the women of Hollywood. Now we know that Kevin Spacey, Tyler Grasham, and Bryan Singer have been allegedly digging their hands in young boy’s sandboxes for decades and have been rightfully banished from at least surfacing in public or having a comeback anytime soon. Child actor and now larger than life personality, Corey Feldman, has been talking about the alleged pedophiles and sexual abusers that run amuck in Hollywood for years. Let us not forget he tried to bring this up when he was on The View, only to be shamed and called a liar by Barbara Walters, a longtime friend of Weinstein. Feldman’s accusations led to a Lifetime Television Network film about these allegations, A Tale of Two Coreys. Before and since, he has actively been trying to raise money for his own documentary. With his own funding, he would be able to tell his story in his light, as he has been mocked for decades. He raised over $250K and while he didn’t get the million he was asking for, it kind of seemed like it was enough to move forward.
According to Meaww, Feldman’s documentary about Hollywood’s alleged ‘Pedophile Ring’ titled “My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys” will be released on March 9th. That title is obviously jarring and makes your skin crawl. Feldman is referring to himself and his best friend and another former child actor, Corey Haim, who passed ten years ago and lived most of his adult life as an addict in Hollywood. Feldman will recount the most “emotionally trying” period of his life throughout the documentary and has promised to expose high profile celebrities and behind-the-scenes heavyweights who are allegedly pedophiles yet continue to work in the industry.
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There’s a bit of a curious catch though. Feldman will only stream this movie once. He promises an “innovative, new platform” will be used to launch The Rape of 2 Coreys. The first time that a film will be shown in such a way. Basically, you won’t be able to purchase this but can stream it when he airs it live -once. Currently and more than likely, no one will be able to view the film ahead of time and a trailer won’t be released as Feldman doesn’t want his narrative to be twisted and turned in the media or with people he will be exposing. Allegedly, Netflix turned down the film because Feldman’s truth is apparently too dangerous to be associated with. You know this is going to be an absolute must-see.
Tickets will be available on February 22nd via Feldman’s website, MyTruthDoc for $20 a pop in anticipation for the March 9th air day. I’m definitely watching – will you?
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