Former child star Corey Feldman has revealed how he plans to expose an alleged Hollywood peadophile ring.
Corey Feldman plans to expose an alleged Hollywood peadophile ring.
The 46-year-old actor - who has previously starred in films like 'The Goonies' and 'Stand By Me' - claims there is a peadophile ring that operates right at the top of the film industry in America, and he intends to bring it down.
In a self-made YouTube video, Corey explains: ''One of them who is still very powerful today ... and a story that links all the way up to a studio, it connects paedophilia to one of the major studios.''
Corey has also called on other actors and actresses to expose the alleged peadophile ring.
He said: ''Justice will be served. This is about good and evil ... at the end of the day there is nothing more evil than people who want to take advantage of innocent children.''
Corey hopes to make a movie about his life without the help of a movie studio, because he is determined to avoid censorship and ensure that his film is the ''most honest and true depiction of child abuse ever portrayed''.
He has, therefore, launched an Indiegogo campaign to help raise $10 million to finance the project.
What's more, Corey has claimed that since he's tried to expose the alleged situation in Hollywood, his life has turned into ''utter chaos''.
In particular, the actor described having a near-death experience involving two trucks that, he says, were trying to hit him.
As a result, Corey - who admits to being constantly ''afraid'' - plans to use some of the money from his campaign to increase his personal security.
He explained: ''I'm very alone, but I need to protect myself and I need to protect my family. I need additional security.''
Last year, Corey revealed he was desperate to expose certain individuals within Hollywood, but he said Californian law made it impossible for him.
He shared: ''I would love to name names. I'd love to be the first to do it. But unfortunately, California has a statute of limitations that prevents that from happening.
''Because if I were to go and mention anybody's name, I would be the one that would be in legal problems, and I'm the one that would be sued.''
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