Corey Feldman accuses Charlie Sheen of molesting Corey Haim in a documentary


This week Corey Feldman has premiered in Los Angeles his new documentary ‘(My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys’. Production that the american actor has used to name each and every one of the members of the industry who, he says, abused him or his friend and fellow actor in ‘Young hidden’ Corey Haim when they were children.

As stated EW it has been the first time Corey Feldman has been accused in a loud voice to a list of major characters that include Charlie Sheen, who claims that he abused his partner during the filming of ‘Luke’ in 1986, when Haim was 13 years and Sheen 19.

'Charlie Sheen and Corey Haim'

“This was not something he said once in passing. It was not in the plan “Oh, by the way, has this happened”. Entered in details, says Corey Feldman on Haim in the documentary itself where, among other people, the woman of Feldman stated that he confessed exactly the same thing: I said that it was his co-star and told me that Charlie Sheen was the one who did it.

Charlie Sheen has been quick to issue a statement denying all the allegations. “These allegations, sick, twisted, and bizarre never happened. Point”said Sheen after the release of the documentary. I urge everyone to consider the source and read what his mother, Judy Haim, has to say.

Thus referring to the statements that the mother of Corey Haim made in 2017 Entertainment Tonight ensuring that your son never mentioned it to Charlieand that “all this is an invention”.

In the rest of the footage, Feldman accuses other men present in her life at that time as actors John Grissom and Dominick Brascia, manager Marty Weiss or the owner of a night club Alphy Hoffman.

Technical problems

The viewing was scheduled for Monday at eleven of the night in Los Angeles and for those who want to view the article online you could do it at the same time for a price of $ 20 but, finally, could not occur.

Corey Feldman blamed the hackers of the technical difficulties and asked for forgiveness to all the people who had suffered this inconvenience. Page Six picks up part of the statement issued the next day by the director himself:

“My team and I are aware of your frustration. As you know, I have put all the resources I have, not to mention my own personal safety, to make this film and to be able to traérosla. It seems that there is still a group of people trying to’t make me silent to my and to this cause is so vital. I will not let one street any longer. We are working for the film is available to anyone who has tickets for an entire week to demand, for that you see to your liking”.