In an interview with NBC’s Today , Corey Feldman explained his decision to stalling liberating epithets of people in the Hollywood industry he alleges molested him and his friends when they were child actors.
The interviews follow Feldman’s announcement of his $10 million crowdfunding campaign for a feature film about their own lives that he said will assist onlookers uncover the truth about pedophiles in Hollywood. The campaign has raised a little over $160,000 as of press time.
“Corey believes this revolutionary approach to self financing and self distribution can revolutionize the film industry and take away the power from those who now comprise the keys to the world of Entertainment, which allows the power monsters to continue doing the things they have for so long, ” the IndieGoGo page said. “This can truly be a way to regain control over who has access to children in the industry, while weeding out the criminals who have already induced the damage.”
IM VERY NERVOUS AS THIS IS SO MUCH BIGGER THAN ME! PLEASE PRAY GOD PROTECTS ME FROM EVIL,& HELPS ME PROTECT THE CHILDREN OF THE FUTURE!
— Corey Feldman (@ Corey_Feldman) October 29, 2017
In his interview with Megyn Kelly and Matt Lauer, Feldman said he cannot release the names of his abusers publicly yet because he is concerned about his own safety. He said he won’t release the epithets until he has better security.
That’s where the crowdfunding campaign comes into play, Feldman said, because he plans to use the funds created to not only pay for the movie’s production but to also hire lawyers and security.
” I need a squad of lawyers and I necessity a team of security to be around me at all time to keep me safe so I can get this message done ,” Feldman told Kelly and Maur.” I vow that I will release every single name that I have knowledge of, period. And nobody’s going to stop this .”
Some Twitter customers remain skeptical of Feldman’s refusal to name pedophiles who could potentially still be working with child actors in Hollywood today, questioning his reason for trying to raise $10 million. Judy Haim–mother of Corey Haim, one of the actors Feldman claims was molested–told the Hollywood Reporter that she reckons Feldman is a “scam artist.”
So Anthony Rapp accuses Kevin Spacey of sexual assualt but Corey Feldman requires 10 million dollars and a new movie before he names names?
— Alba_Rising (@ Alba_Rising) October 30, 2017
It appears, however, that many devotees remain loyal to Feldman. Over 3,400, 000 people have contributed to Feldman’s campaign so far.
H/ T Today