Stephen King asks Corey Feldman not to get too excited about his Hollywood pedophile ring docu: 'Chill, Corey'

King had retweeted Feldman's promise to his followers that tickets would be out for purchase in about 90 minutes, captioning it 'Chill, Corey'


                            Stephen King asks Corey Feldman not to get too excited about his Hollywood pedophile ring docu: 'Chill, Corey'
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Writer Stephen King told actor Corey Feldman to "chill" after the latter seemed excited about his upcoming documentary "(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys." The actor, however,  responded by inviting the author to the event.

Tickets to the live steam — which is set to air just once on March 9 and will purportedly see Feldman expose a secret Hollywood pedophile ring — went on sale on Saturday, The Blaze reports.

King retweeted Feldman's promise to his followers that tickets would be out for purchase in about 90 minutes, captioning it "Chill, Corey."

In response, the Lucas star invited King to the premiere of the highly anticipated documentary and admitted he was simply anxious to see "the most important work" of his life become a reality. "Stephen I just saw this, sorry I didn't respond sooner as I've been quite BZ promoting," Feldman politely responded. "Now I have, & I just want 2 say, as a writer, imagine if the most important work of UR life was finally coming out, I'm sure U would b anxious as well. Please join us @the Premier n LA on 3-9."

King, however, is yet to respond to Feldman's invite.

Feldman promised ahead of the release that he will address his own alleged abuse as well as the abuse suffered by the late actor and close friend Corey Haim at the hands of an alleged pedophile ring in Hollywood.

Corey Feldman and Corey Haim attend the A&E Premiere Of 'The Two Coreys' held at Sugar nightclub on July 27, 2007, in Hollywood, California (Getty Images)

Feldman recently appeared on 'The Domenick Nati Show' where he detailed how there had been attempts on his life since the announcement of his explosive documentary.

Ever since the film was announced, Feldman claimed that he and his family had to employ 24-hour security. While on the show, Feldman revealed that there had been two attempts on his life so far. "Not only have I received multiple death threats from multiple people working in a cult if you will. A conspiracy, a group of people that was put together to scare and frighten me and yes, I have received a lot of pushbacks from those people," Feldman shared. 

Tickets for the live stream are available for $20 at MyTruthDoc, where you can read more about the forthcoming documentary. The film is set to be aired on the same website on March 9 at 8 pm PT.

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