According to reports, Netflix scrapped the Corey Feldman documentary and deemed it “too dangerous.” Now Feldman has went another avenue to release his documentary on his rape allegations in Hollywood.
Actor Corey Feldman has announced that he will be naming Hollywood pedophiles in an upcoming live stream documentary about his experience as a child actor.
Feldman will also address the alleged abuse late actor Corey Haim suffered at the hands of the same purported pedophiles.
The actor released the trailer for the documentary — “(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys” — on Tuesday.
The film is set to be aired one time via livestream on March 9. Tickets go on sale on Feb. 22. Movieweb reports that Feldman said Netflix declined to distribute the film because it is “too dangerous.”
In the newly released trailer, Feldman can be seen speaking to an interviewer about the 911 call he placed to report the alleged sexual abuse.
Feldman looks apprehensive as the interviewer pulls up audio footage of what appears to be the 911 call on a cell phone, which he prepares to play for Feldman. – READ MORE
You do understand that he never had a deal with Netflix, right? Saying they ‘pulled the plug’ and ‘scrapped it’ makes it sound like Netflix agreed to a deal then changed their minds. He approached them to distribute the documentary and they declined.
We all know it was Charlie.
They didn’t want the truth to be known!
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the head line is misleading. NETFLIX never signed to show this DOC. They seen and said NO