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:
“Sure it’s totally not true. I’m as shocked as anyone else he was one of my good friends, I knew him for over 25 years. I started [sic] to movies with him and as you know he was the store [sic] so he had to give approval. He actually asked the director if they give me a part in National Lampoon’s Last Resort. And we work together on Busted, truth is he was really really stoned and couldn’t finish the job.”
Hmm, very inneresting. The Friday the 13th: A New Beginning alum goes on to defend that he would NEVER do anything to harm Corey and revealed he even helped the ’80s icon get sober.
On his long history with the Haim family, he shared:
“…when he was in his twenties he lived with me and I got him clean and sober for 30 days, he even got a chip — I’d like to name the other actors who got him back hooked on drugs. I knew his mom didn’t like me and when I went to her when he was 15 and said he’s got a drug problem she didn’t believe.
I did something terrible I recorded a conversation we had where he admitted to doing coke and all those drugs. I played it for his mother Judy, she said he was a Corey impersonator. I always thought When Corey finally did admit he had a drug problem people would call me up and apologize.”
Huh. In fact, Brascia is vehement that if Corey was alive today he’d defend him against these recent allegations. Dominick continued:
“If he were alive he would talk to you and tell you no that never happened when he was a kid, instead of believing someone who says ‘I was Corey friend’.”
Not to mention, Dominick also highlighted that Haim’s alleged abuser was a grown man when Corey was a teen — which he says should rule him out as a suspect. He defended:
“He [Haim] was 14 or 15 and his abuser whose identity he never revealed was in his forties. I’m in my fifties, the guy would be 73 today. If you believe this ‘friend of Corey’ you must believe Corey Haim lied.”
Well, well! It’ll be inneresting to see how Harrison and the many others wrapped up in this story react to this statement.