LAPD Launches Investigation Into Hollywood Pedophile Ring After Corey Feldman Files Formal Report

LAPD Launches Investigation Into Hollywood Pedophile Ring After Corey Feldman Files Formal Report:

Earlier this week, following a series of interviews with Matt Lauer, Megyn Kelly and Dr. Oz, Corey Feldman announced via twitter that he had filed a formal complaint with the Los Angeles Police Department regarding a pedophilia ring that he says has persisted in Hollywood since he burst onto the scene as America’s favorite child actor in the 80’s.

Corey Feldman Names Names: Accuses Former Co-Star Of Molesting Him

Corey Feldman Names Names: Accuses Former Co-Star Of Molesting Him:

Corey Feldman has apparently taken Matt Laur’s advice and has decided to reveal the name of one of six Hollywood figures who molested him during the late 1980s and early 1990s.

During an apperance on the Dr. Oz show, he disclosed that the actor in question is none other than John Grissom.

The “Goonies” actor named Grissom just moments before calling law enforcement officials to report the allegations.

“That is him,” Feldman said as host Mehmet Oz held up a photo of Grissom on his phone. “That is the guy.”

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Corey Feldman Vows To Release Names Of 6 Powerful Hollywood Pedophiles

Corey Feldman Vows To Release Names Of 6 Powerful Hollywood Pedophiles:

For years, actor and former child star Corey Feldman has been warning anybody who would listen that Hollywood is a place where adults have more inappropriate contact with children than probably anywhere else in the world.

So it’s unsurprising given the renewed focus on sexual assault and harassment brought about by the Harvey Weinstein scandal that Feldman’s accusations would receive renewed attention, considering he made the media rounds as recently as 2016 to talk about how a pedophile ring in Hollywood abused him and his friend, fellow actor Corey Haim – actions Feldman blames for Haim’s eventual death from a drug overdose.

And yesterday, he returned to the “Today” show and, during an interview with Matt Lauer vowed to release the names of six men who he alleges participated in the abuse of himself, Haim and other young stars. The interview followed Feldman’s announcement in a YouTube video last week that he was launching an Indiegogo page to try and raise money for a feature film about pedophilia in Hollywood that he hopes to direct. However, as Lauer pointed out, Feldman’s target budget – $10 million – appears lofty. But the former child star appears determined to tell his story the way he wants it to be told.

Here’s an excerpt from his interview:

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Actor Corey Feldman: Pedophilia No. 1 Problem For Child Stars In Hollywood (ABC NEWS)

Yes, because there is (probably) not one famous actor that is not a satanist. They HAVE TO become satanists in order to become famous.

And satanists are (usually) pedophiles.

So the no. 1 problem for child stars in Hollywood is satanism.

And before leaving an ignorant comment, please do your research.


Actor Corey Feldman Says Pedophilia No. 1 Problem for Child Stars, Contributed to Demise of Corey Haim (ABC NEWS, Aug 10, 2011):

Corey Feldman has no idea what it’s like not to be famous. After all, he starred in a McDonald’s ad when he was just 3 years old.

“I literally was famous before I knew my own name,” he said in an interview with ABC News’ “Nightline.”

The ad led to roles in films such as “Stand By Me,” “Goonies” and “License to Drive.” He was a household name before he could read.

“I knew … to respond to Corey, but I didn’t know how to write it; I didn’t know how to spell it,” he said.

But being famous and underage, he said, caused serious damage to him and his friends, including loss of innocence and a lost childhood.

Feldman blamed the adults around him, not just those looking to profit from charming children, but also some with far more sinister motives.

“I can tell you that the No. 1 problem in Hollywood was and is and always will be pedophilia. That’s the biggest problem for children in this industry. … It’s the big secret,” Feldman said.

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