Weinstein 2.0 Revealed

A new documentary rolling out today promises to finally name names. And more Hollywood insiders will go down in Weinstein flames.

The documentary titled “My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys” started as a project to avenge the early death of Corey Haim. Years of drug addiction and impulsive behavior plagued Haim, who passed away in 2010. His long-time best friend, Corey Feldman, set out to set the record straight.

However, Hollywood rallied around the abusers, just as they did with Weinstein. In fact, Feldman faced one road block after another in his efforts to get the truth out.

As Fox News reports:

Feldman has been vocal in the past about the abuse he claims he experienced as a child star in Hollywood, but has never publicly named his or Haim’s alleged abusers. He spoke to “Watters’ World” host Jesse Watters on Saturday and detailed how he’s tried to get the full truth out for decades, but had been hindered each time.

“I went to the police back in 1993.” Feldman added that authorities “didn’t care” and “buried” the information at the time.

In 2013, Feldman published his memoir “Coreography,” in which he claimed powerful Hollywood men had sexually abused him when he was a child star.

“When I went to print, even though I wrote down everything as it happened and with the names included in the book, the publishers, attorneys and insurance people didn’t like the fact we were being so honest. [They] asked us to change the names,” Feldman told Watters.

In 2018, Feldman executive produced a television movie for Lifetime called “A Tale of Two Coreys,” for which he said the names also had to be changed.

The Dirty Details

Sadly, Feldman lived the proverbial child-star life alongside Haim. Together they faced ridicule constantly. Then the pair was taken advantage of at every turn- financially, emotionally, and sexually. And when the Coreys needed to be validated as victims, leftists silenced them repeatedly, blocking the names of the abusers. Now, the cold, hard truth is coming out.

Feldman has claimed two men had molested him in his teens, telling Watters one man had worked for his father at a talent management agency for child stars.

“This man came into my life, he started feeding me drugs, feeding my alcohol … he basically kept trying different mixtures on me until I passed out and he could take advantage of me,” Feldman said.

He has said the documentary will reveal all the names that affected his and Haim’s lives. Further, other sexual abuse victims talk candidadly about their experiences.

It Gets Worse

In another publication, details of the abuse leave only one critical piece of the puzzle out. The identity of the abuser.

Feldman said Haim revealed his own suffering when the two grew close shooting the 1986 flick Lucas, saying, “…an adult male convinced him that it was perfectly normal for older men and younger boys in the business to have sexual relations. As if that it was what all the guys do. So they walked off to a secluded area between two trailers… and Haim allowed himself to be sodomized.”

Feldman also says that while some huge Hollywood names like directors Steven Spielberg and Richard Donner became trusted friends, others adults did him great harm.

Even an assistant to Feldman’s father engaged in abuse. At Feldman’s 15th birthday, a photo of the two Coreys surrounded by five other men preserves the image of abusers all around.

“Slowly, over a period of many years, I would begin to realize that many of the people I had surrounded myself with were monsters,” [Feldman] says.

Another Legend

Kristoff St. John appears in Feldman’s documentary. St. John passed away about a year ago. He is best remembered for his long-running role on the Young and the Restless. But St. John also starred in Bad News Bears alongside Feldman.

St. John also spoke out about being abused in the industry when he was a child. Soon, the world will know the names of six predators that preyed on child stars. And sadly, Hollywood’s known about them all along. Just like Weinstein. Oprah, also a victim of childhood trauma, failed to expose her longtime friend for his repeated abuse of women.

Heavy tells us how to view the documentary:

The pay-per-view tickets to stream the documentary first went on sale on February 22, 2020, and are available to purchase on the same website the film will be streamed, at MyTruth.com. Click on “Buy Now,” on the top right corner of the screen, and enter your e-mail and password. After purchasing your ticket, a confirmation e-mail will immediately be sent to your inbox.

On March 9, at 8 p.m. PT/ 11 p.m. ET, viewers will sign in with their email and password to watch the movie.



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