No, not Allied...
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Corey Feldman is requesting a topic change.
Back in May, the Goonies actor alleged that Hollywood executives sexually abused Corey Haim when the two were young stars in the 1980s.
These reports didn't sit well with Haim's mother Judy, who threatened to sue Feldman if he didn't stop spreading lies about her deceased son.
So when the Go 4 It singer stopped by Dr. Oz for an interview airing Tuesday, it wasn't much of a surprise he wanted to tap out of the conversation!
Explaining that he doesn't want to affect anyone's life in a negative way, the 45-year-old feels like he's "said what needs to be said" about the topic — and from this point on will no longer be talking about the "personal stuff" regarding Haim's troubled past "out of respect" for Judy. He says:
The drama surrounding Corey Haim's alleged sexual abuse at the hands of an A-list actor is nonstop.
As we previously reported, Hollywood was hit with a shocking report by RadarOnline when the media outlet indicated that a unnamed MAJOR celeb was supposedly involved in sexually abusing The Lost Boys actor when he was a a young star in the 1980s.
While there has been a lot of back and forth on whether this report is true or not, a man named Greg Harrison has since accused actor and director Dominick Brascia as the late star's abuser. Harrison also claimed Corey Feldman was the person who helped orchestrate the whole thing.
This accusation obviously didn't sit well with Brascia, whom EXCLUSIVELY commented on the troubling allegations with us! In a new statement, Dominick denied abusing his friend of "over 25 years" and shared:
On Tuesday's episode of The Dr. Oz Show, the Goonies alum opens up about how the child sex abuse allegations against the now-late legend put a serious strange on their unlikely bond.
The 45-year-old, who was a victim of child molestation himself, tells Dr. Oz that the Michael became anxious the actor would turn against him.
A bombshell hit Hollywood last week when Radar Online revealed an unnamed A-list actor was allegedly involved in sexually abusing Corey Haim as a young star in the 1980s.
And amid reports saying Corey's mother Judy Haim is furious with Corey Feldman for his role in revealing the alleged sexual abuse allegations — a new name has entered the conversation, Greg Harrison.
Greg claims to be a close, longtime friend of both Corey Haim and his mother, and he has come forward via Facebook with shocking allegations against Feldman and the famed actor Dominick Brascia.
It is important to note that Harrison insists he is not the anonymous source Radar refers to in the original article — which could potentially mean several things, including that there is another abuser who has yet to be named.
In his "public statement," Greg names "actor-director and pedophile" Brascia as the person who raped Corey Haim, and Corey Feldman as the person who helped orchestrate the whole thing.
Greg insists Feldman and Brascia have both been trying to point fingers elsewhere for years:
Hollywood had a bombshell this week when it was revealed that an alleged A-list actor was involved in sexually abusing Corey Haim as a young star in the 1980s.
But now, Haim's mother Judy is pointing her sights straight at the person who kicked off those allegations with an interview back in May: Corey Feldman.
And Judy is NOT happy about what Feldman has alleged!
According to TMZ, Judy is furious with Feldman about
We had no idea it was this bad!
Corey Feldman has had an incredibly tough time recently between the HUGE news about his former best friend Corey Haim allegedly being raped by an A-lister and his controversial performance on The TODAY Show!
If you missed it, the former child star gave a pretty bizarre Michael Jackson tribute on the daytime talk show last week to promote his new song Go 4 It… and unfortunately, Corey received A TON of hate for it.
Well, after appearing on The Talk on Tuesday to chat it up with Sharon Osbourne about his recent scandals, the 45-year-old opened up to US Magazine on Wednesday about his immediate reaction in-studio, saying:
"[The girls] were thrilled. They were like, 'Oh, my God, we did it!' I'm like, 'Good job, everybody.' And then I get on the plane and I immediately start sobbing. They're all looking at me like I'm crazy. They're like, 'What's your problem? We did great, right?' I said, 'You did do great. Unfortunately, nobody seemed to like what I did. But that's all right.'
They just dive in with the worst, the nastiest, the filthiest comments I've ever read. Like, 'The wrong Corey died,' or, 'Why don't you just go OD?'"
It was so bad, in fact, that Feldmen sadly admitted that if he hadn't faced negative backlash before, this could have led to him harming himself, adding: