Corey Feldman hints at child abuser's identity on 'Wendy Williams Show': 'A name everybody on the planet knows'

'He (Haim) was raped physically. I was raped emotionally. I was molested'


                            Corey Feldman hints at child abuser's identity on 'Wendy Williams Show': 'A name everybody on the planet knows'
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On February 3, actor Corey Feldman arrived at 'The Wendy Williams Show' with a security detail after he has declared earlier that he had to employ 24-hour security in the wake of his new documentary which will expose an alleged pedophile ring in Hollywood.

Feldman, 48, is set to star in the documentary titled '(My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys', where he will detail the alleged abuse he and his late friend actor Corey Haim suffered at the hands of prominent Hollywood stars when they were children. 

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“We had both been molested as children … He was raped physically. I was raped emotionally. I was molested,” he told Wendy Williams, the host of the show, Page Six reported 

The documentary which will be screened first on March 9 and again on 10, is touted to be a provocative exposé where the musician and one-time teen idol will reveal the details of the most "emotionally trying" period of his life.

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Feldman has not gone public with the names of the abusers who allegedly violated him or Haim but has promised to expose them in the documentary.

“I am saying every name that affected … our lives, and we have victims talking about their experiences… The one main name that everyone is waiting to hear… It is a name that everybody on the planet knows," he said in the interview. 

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After watching Wiliams, who typically has a comeback for every situation, sit in awkward silence for 15 seconds following his statement, Feldman said: “You’re speechless. I’ve never seen you speechless. It’s scary. It’s very scary." 

Finally, Williams replied, “I’m frightened for you. You’ve only got you and [your wife] against the world.”

Last month, Feldman revealed in a Twitter live video that there have been multiple attempts on his life after he announced the release of his documentary. 

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"Of course we have fear, there’s been two attempts on my life. There obviously could be more, we hope not but we don’t know what’s going to happen," he claimed, adding, "I have had mounting threats on all SM (social media) platforms by this vile 'wolfpack' and this I'm sure is a result of those negative actions. I have reason to believe it’s all connected! Enough is enough! How sick are these people?"

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