January 9, 2018
January 4, 2018
Coreys campaign speech for his continuation of his TRUTH campaign on Indiegogo to raise the funds to make his NY Times Best Selling Autobiography “Coreyography” into a Major Motion Picture with a Theatrical release. The previous Campaign raised $273k, which will be used to begin the 1st phase of getting the film made.
December 30, 2017
“I guarantee you that there were other kids that had these experiences. They need to stand up and use their voice,” he explains. “There are producers that know about things that happened on their sets, or agents who know things about their clients, and actresses and actors themselves—it’s time to use our voices.”
With an intimate TV movie about the sexual abuse he experienced as a child actor set to premiere on Jan. 6 on Lifetime, Corey Feldman is hoping to raise awareness about what he and his late best friend, Corey Haim, experienced as young movie stars at the mercy of powerful entertainment executives.
The 46-year-old has been outspoken about the trauma he and Haim faced during their rise as heartthrobs in the late 1980s, penning a 2013 memoir, Coreyography, and helping to produce the Lifetime movie, A Tale of Two Coreys. But Feldman says there is still more to the story, and he is currently raising money to fund his own documentary to shed light on alleged sexual abusers in Hollywood.
“People are finally listening and there’s a movement happening,” Feldman tells PEOPLE. “This is your chance for redemption, but also a chance to have justice served not only for Corey and I, but for the rest of the world. There are still kids out there who are being victimized.”
December 22, 2017
Corey is back 1 final time, before his campaign ends on Christmas Eve to thank his supporters, address the lies from Trolls and haters, & discuss his plans for the future.
December 20, 2017
November 26, 2017
Stars: Mickey Rooney, Kurt Russell, Pearl Bailey, Jack Albertson, Sandy Duncan, Pat Buttram, Corey Feldman. A young fox named Tod is taken in by an old woman after his mother is killed by a hunter. Full of mischief, Young Tod befriends Copper, a hound dog pup. As they grow up, however, their friendship becomes endangered by what they have become; Copper is a hunting dog, and Tod is his prey…
November 20, 2017
The petition requires 100,000 signatures by December 12,2017 signatures in order to go to President Trump.
There’s a new petition that is gaining traction and supporters hope it will get the signatures needed to make it to the White House. Corey’s Law is named in honor of actor, singer, and producer Corey Feldman whos legal investigation into a Hollywood pedophile ring he states abused him while a child and teen in Hollywood came to an abrupt end due to the statute of limitations. The petition asks that the statute of limitations on all child sex crimes be extended or removed completely and not just in California, but nationwide. As numerous sex scandals are making headlines each day, none are as heartwrenching as those involving children. There is uniform agreement that when it comes to the sexual abuse of children, perpetrators should never be given a free pass. Nor should victims be forced into silence for fear their abusers will sue them for defamation.
Corey Feldman supports the petition and shared the link through his official Twitter account. Those who want to sign the petition can visit the link, add their name and email address. Once signed, you will need to verify your email address through your email provider. Just simply click the confirmation link and your signature will be added.
November 16, 2017
On today’s episode of Dr Oz, Corey named the third of his alleged abusers, Alphy Hoffman, whose real name is Alphy Rivas.
Child star Corey Feldman has named another of his alleged abusers after calling out Hollywood in a startling confession.
A week after naming two of his six alleged abusers, the ’80s icon and star of The Goonies, Gremlins and Stand by Me made his second appearance on US talk show Dr Oz, describing the “whirlwind” since naming and shaming the men who he alleged molested him as a child.
“It’s been a whirlwind that’s for sure, it’s been a crazy few weeks obviously since all this took place and started. It’s been emotional, it’s been up and down. Some of it’s been a bit exhilarating to see some truths finally coming to light,” Feldman said.
“On the other side of the coin it’s been nerve-wracking because there’s been so many questions, everybody wants to know so much.”
“He was the guy who ran Alphy’s Soda Pop Club,” Feldman explained.
It comes as former members of the Soda Pop Club claim Mr Hoffman, who was in his 20s at the time, was “creepy” and engaged in “not normal behaviour”.
November 14, 2017
Actor Sean Astin says he “lived with a sense of dread” for his friend and fellow “Goonies” child star.
Sean Astin, who plays Bob “The Brain” Newby in Stranger Things 2 and Samwise Gamgee in Lord of the Rings, spoke out this week in sympathy for and support of his friend and Goonies co-star Corey Feldman, after Feldman revealed the names of two men he claims molested him as a child.
After years of trying to draw attention to what he describes as rampant pedophilia plaguing Hollywood, Feldman finally revealed the names last week of two of his alleged abusers. On The Dr. Oz Show last Thursday, Feldman said actor Jon Grissom was the first man to molest him when he was just a boy. Feldman also named former child talent manager Marty Weiss as one of the men who took advantage of him. On Monday, Feldman sat down with investigators to give them all the details. LAPD confirmed on Tuesday that they had opened an investigation into Feldman’s accusations.
In an at times raw and introspective article titled “Young Performers in Entertainment & The Abuse Conversation” published Monday on TwitLonger, Astin addresses the tragic toll pedophilia has taken on the lives of some child actors. In one section, Astin describes the changes he saw in Feldman as their professional careers began to take off:
While were filming Goonies it was obvious that he was having a rough time. We were friends and I tried to be as supportive as possible. Beyond, emotional affinity, it was impossible to figure out some other way of helping. He was a strong, confident, cocky kid, who was wise beyond his years. I lived with a sense of dread for him.