With a documentary deemed “too dangerous” by Netflix, Cory Feldman is going to get the word out once and for all on those in Hollywood he claims molested him and/or his late friend Cory Haim. The film, titled (my) TRUTH: The Rape of 2 Coreys, will be live-streamed in a single airing on March 9 at 8 p.m. PST and since Netflix decided it better take a pass on distribution, it could well cause some significant waves.
Corey has alluded to his experiences as a child actor and this documentary appears set to fulfill a promise he made to Corey Haim back in 2007 on their show The 2 Coreys when he told him he would out their abusers if his friend died before they were able to do it together. Feldman also released a book entitled Coreyography in 2013 and while he discussed his allegations of abuse at the hands of respected members of Hollywood, he was restricted from naming names due to legal reasons.
Now he has the venue to bring it all out without any restrictions.
And Corey claims that one of his abusers is still in the industry.
With the Me Too movement revealing long time predators and more and more women coming forward regarding inappropriate actions spanning back decades, I’m kind of surprised there hasn’t been more child actors coming forward with their own versions of (my) TRUTH. Perhaps Corey’s courageous move here will empower more of them to reveal what they know.
Tickets for (my) TRUTH: The Rape of 2 Coreys go on sale Feb. 22 and cost $20. You can purchase them beginning Feb. 22 for the one time screening March 9 at 8 p.m. PST at MyTruthDoc.
It will definitely be interesting and more than a bit heart-wrenching, but it will most likely be the biggest news story for the news that night and all the following day. Who will he name? If I recall correctly, he spent a lot of time with Michael Jackson and at one point was a defender of the Pop star but recently started changing his opinion.
Will we see a sudden studio departure ahead of the release? Or will the accused wait until the news breaks? Feldman claims to have ran into the individual multiple times over the years but never confronted him. Perhaps the culprit thinks he is in the clear or maybe he even thinks he did nothing inappropriate.
Whatever the case may be, this could be the first real Hollywood shakeup for 2020.