Randy Quaid Reveals He Was Raped At 5 Years Old & Calls Out Hollywood Predators In Twitter Confession

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As more actors come forward with stories of abuse in the entertainment industry, others are revealing past traumas from before their days in Hollywood ever began.

For Randy Quaid, that trauma was getting raped by his 14-year-old neighbor when he was just 5 years old.

The Independence Day actor took to Twitter to recount the harrowing story in which his neighbor Rodney threatened to “bust me over the head” with a glass bottle of rubbing alcohol if he didn’t submit.

After tweeting a detailed account of the 1956 incident, Quaid admitted the trauma from the alleged rape most likely played a role in his decision to become an actor.

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And while he grew up believing the incident hadn’t affected him, the recent admissions of victims in the industry made Quaid realize his repressed feelings do “not go unnoticed by vicious Hollywood predators.”

Admitting he is still taken advantage of by “these monsters” to this day, Quaid accused Hollywood producers Bruce Berman and Robert Boyette of “stealing” his home and destroying his career with “false arrests.”

The 67-year-old also blasted the “corrupt” Santa Barbara judicial system for being “at the mercy of organized criminals.” Interestingly enough, this rant comes days after Corey Feldman revealed he had previously told Santa Barbara police the names of his Hollywood abusers.

A mere coincidence, or are these stars trying to point to a source of smoke? With all the fake news these days, it’s hard to tell — but Quaid made it clear it was time to “drain the Hollywood swamp and get rid of these creeps” once and for all.

Read the actor’s full Twitter admission (below) and share your thoughts in the comments.

[Image via Twitter.]

Nov 2, 2017 11:23am PDT