We hate to say this, but we knew he would be talking to the press QUITE a bit about this tragedy.
Corey Feldman appeared on Larry King Live last night to talk about his friend Corey Haim's apparent prescription drug overdose, and he is LASHING out at all the people he thinks are waxing poetic about the '80s icon.
"At the end of the day, Larry, where were all these people the last 10 years, the last 15 years of Corey's life? Where were all these people to lend a hand out, to reach out to him and say, you know, you're a legend, you're – you're an amazingly talented, wonderful person who's really never gone out of his way to hurt anybody other than himself? You see these people making great statements and that's wonderful and I hope they're all there for the memorial and I hope they're all there for the funeral. But where were they during his life?"
He claims Haim had virtually no money, no car, and was living at a month-to-month rental apartment with his cancer-stricken mother.
"He shaped up. He got his act together. When his mom got ill, it was the first time I ever saw Corey grow up."
He also thinly veils some suspicions about a specialist treating Haim and the unspecified new line of medications Haim was taking before he passed.
"Let's just say that they may not have corresponded properly with the medications that he was currently taking."
We understand people want to hear what Feldman has to say, and we're sure he truly is grief-stricken, but we think he needs to cool the media appearances for a while and focus on paying tribute to his friend.
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