Actor Corey Feldman to name Hollywood pedophiles during groundbreaking livestream documentary after Netflix reportedly deems the film ‘too dangerous’


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18 thoughts on “Actor Corey Feldman to name Hollywood pedophiles during groundbreaking livestream documentary after Netflix reportedly deems the film ‘too dangerous’

  1. No he won’t. I’m guessing Netflix saw it, realized he doesn’t name names and didn’t want to release it.

  2. To be clear: Corey Feldman said Netflix called the film too dangerous, nobody else has confirmed this.

    theblaze is referencing another article from movieweb in which corey said this, but implied this statement came from netflix which is not confirmed.

  3. if he DOES have names he should just tweet them out or something. if he really gave a shit he wouldn’t be trying to make money off of it.

  4. Sure he will. He comes around every year or so, and spins BS about how hes going to name people, and does shit all.

  5. How will the public know he is not talking out of his hat? Will he provide episodes and events with the names, or just point fingers and play hero? It’s not right to say that he will name names and not back up his allegations with something. Anyhow, let’s see what he does.

  6. Wow, $20? Whether he actually drops names or not, I feel like he’s asking for a lot for something that doesn’t seem very high quality.

  7. Gonna wait for the thirsts lords to buy it and then read what they talk about it on the internet

  8. Side bar, am I the only one who finda the phrase “my truth” to be very pretentious and essentially meaningless? The truth is the truth… Its yours, its mine, its reality. Its like saying “my physics”.

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    I think its a shortening of “my true story” but it sounds dumb and a lot of people use it to tell lies about shit and throw the phrase at anyone who questions them.

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    that sentiment does not apply to this or any other abuse story. I 100% am with Cory Feldman. More men need to come out and tell their stories of what happened to them. I just think it’s cheapening his project to title it “my truth”. It just… Ugh it’s just *the* truth…

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