Actor Corey Feldman suggested this week that he is ready to name the names of those who abused him and other child stars during his early days in Hollywood.
The reason he has not named names sooner is heartbreaking. Hollywood executives have warned him that if he speaks his days will be numbered. Sexual harassment and the infamous casting couch is only the tip of the iceberg.
Feldman came out in 2011 claiming he was the victim of pedophilia at the hand of Hollywood insiders. They are still working in Hollywood today.
“There are people that were the people that did this to both me and Corey (Haim) that are still working, they’re still out there, and that are some of the richest most powerful people in this business,” Feldman said during a 2013 appearance on The View. “And they do not want me saying what I am saying right now.”
Here is the Barbara Walters clip,
Corey Feldman hinted on Twitter this week that he is finally ready to expose Hollywood as being far worse than just an industry still using the casting couch. But, a cover-up fraud hiding the world's elite largest pedophilia ring.
Feldman, who in a 2011 interview revealed that Hollywood had a hidden pedophilia scandal, has been responding to tweets after I asked people to retweet if they thought Feldman should appear on the Alex Jones Show to reveal more of what he knows.
The tweet has received almost 11,000 retweets since being posted on Tuesday night.
One person responded to the tweet by telling Feldman it was time to start dropping the names of those involved in Hollywood’s pedophilia ring.
Feldman responded by liking the tweet, suggesting he might be preparing to do just that.
Hollywood pedo victim Corey Feldman likes tweet asking him to name names.
Shit just got real. pic.twitter.com/YJs3RyFXWN
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) October 18, 2017
What do you think? Is Feldman merely agreeing that it would be wonderful if he could finally expose Hollywood's pedophiles or suggesting he is ready to put his life on the line to speak the truth?
Both are understandable statements. No child should ever have to go through what he endured and no adult should ever have to be put in the situation where speaking out could cost their lives.
But, do we have a moral responsibility to protect the greater good?
Does Corey Feldman have an obligation to expose the pedophiles calling the shots in Hollywood?
Source: Info Wars