Saturday, May 25, 2013
For years, former child star Corey Feldman has claimed both he and the late Corey Haim were sexually abused by Hollywood bigwigs. And almost three decades later, the 40-year-old has-been plans on naming names. The washed-up reality star, who's always looking for new and improved ways to stay relevant, says he's gonna go public with the executives who molested him. Feldman tells the Sun, "When I was 14 and 15, things were happening to me. These older men were leching around like vultures. It was basically me laying there pretending I was asleep and them going about their business." Feldman adds that he plans on revealing this information in a book, where he will likely be paid handsomely for the dirty details. We're not saying that Feldman is out to score a book -- or a buck -- we're just saying that after 24 years of keeping a lid on it, the timing is mighty suspect. Feldman went on to say that Haim's death was the impetus that got him to open up with the allegations. They were essentially lost boys. Says Feldman, "Corey and I were pegged as the scapegoats. People need to know the reason Corey and I were swept under the carpet like the beaten dogs that were sent to the pound so no one had to deal with us anymore. I stood up and said there is a bigger problem, that I'd lost Corey and that I didn't want to see any more kids lost to these sick perverts."