Corey Feldman 'living in fear' after two murder attempts over Hollywood pedophile ring expose: 'It's scary'
Feldman said that he needs 24-hour security now since his movie that is set to expose the ring is to be released soon
Actor Corey Feldman has claimed that he has employed 24-hour security in the wake of his new documentary which is an exposé of an alleged pedophile ring in Hollywood. Feldman 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.
Feldman, in a recent live video on Twitter, said that his allegations against Hollywood celebrities have led him to live in fear. The 48-year-old actor said: "There are things you have to do for insurance reasons when you’re putting out something like this. This is very, very dangerous stuff and it’s very risky stuff. You know we have to have 24 hour armed security, we don’t know what’s gonna happen."
"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. "It’s scary, it’s very, very scary," Metro reported.
Feldman had previously vowed to expose pedophilia in Hollywood and had detailed the abuse he allegedly suffered as a child in the entertainment industry. The actor has claimed that after his allegations, he has survived multiple murder attempts.
Feldman was hospitalized in 2018, claiming he had been stabbed in an attack by three men. The actor then said that he was traveling with his bodyguard when a car pulled up and a man opened his door and "stabbed him with something."
"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!" he said in his Twitter live. "Enough is enough! How sick are these people?"
'My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys', which is set to release on March 9, 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. However, there's a catch for the much-anticipated documentary — viewers will only get one chance to watch the film.
Reports state that the documentary will air only once and interested viewers across the world will have to watch it at the same time. The film will stream live at 8 pm on the West Coast, which means 11 pm on the East Coast. Feldman, his family, friends, and colleagues will also be watching the live stream at the time in a private screening.