Corey Feldman Finally Makes Official Police Report About Child Sex Abuse


The LAPD has launched an investigation after receiving report by Corey, who claims he fell victim to the ‘pedophile ring’ in Hollywood early in his career.

Corey Feldman has finally taken an official action after vowing to expose the “pedophile ring” in Hollywood. The former child actor filed a police report with the Los Angeles Police Department on Monday, November 6, the LAPD has confirmed.

The 46-year-old, who is known for his roles in such films as “Gremlins” and “The Goonies”, then took to Twitter to share the news. “Important campaign update. I just completed a formal sit down interview with the LAPD special division and gave them all the info I know. This was officially the 1st formal report ever taken on any of my cases, as SBPD never followed up back in 1993 and has no record of my complaints. The LAPD will begin an official investigation now. Things are heating up, I’m praying for my safety,” he wrote.

The LAPD is currently investigating the case, though they refused to confirm the allegations the actor made. Meanwhile, Corey’s “Goonies” co-star Sean Astin has shown his support for Corey by tweeting out the hashtag #IStandWithCorey.

Sean also posted an essay on TwitLonger where he reflected on his youth as he spent time with Corey. “Corey can crusade. He is very good at crusading. He has my friendship and my loyalty. He has my support, not my blind support, but my reasoned, careful support. His recent media appearances have been masterful,” he wrote.

“I thought Megyn Kelly missed a real opportunity to connect with Corey on a personal level in their interview. But Corey was great. He has raised a couple hundred grand toward the movie he wants to make,” he added. “I have no doubt that he will not shy away from depicting the deep pain and suffering, as well as the devious and horrifying tactics that pedophiles use to commit their crimes. If he knows of specific people and can leverage some legal position to stop evil from happening, God Bless him. I’m proud of Corey. But, I do not pledge blind fealty to my friend.”

Corey previously started a fundraising campaign for a film in which he plans to reveal the men who had abused him. “Right off the bat, I can name six names, one of them who is still very powerful today,” he said.

Let’s block ads! (Why?) – Celebrity News


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here