Corey Feldman has taken steps to expose Hollywood ‘pedophile ring’.
The star has spoken out in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal about the problems that are still ongoing in Hollywood, and even more worrying that there is a problem concerning pedophilia in the industry.
Feldman in the past has spoken out against the elitist industry, as he attributes the untimely death of his friend and co-star Corey Haim to abuse he received during during his youth.
Feldman has outed C. Jon Grissom as his abuser for the first time after identifying him on The Dr. Oz show.
Indeed, on Grissom’s Facebook page, which has since been taken down, he openly shared images of Feldman as well.
He says he tried to unmask his abuser in his book, was legally made to change the names and instead chose the alias ‘Ron Crimson’ for his abuser.
He has now filed an official LAPD police report as he says he “completed a formal sit down interview” the NY Daily News has reported.
In his interview for the Dr Oz show last week, he identified C. Jon Grissom after Dr. Oz held up a picture of him to which Feldman replied “Yes, that’s him”.
Feldman has made efforts in the past to out the problem that Hollywood has with pedophilia, and in light of the recent female sexual abuse scandals he feels now is right time to push for justice once more.
Feldman has passed the buck to Grissom now, as he feels he has done his best in trying to serve justice to his abuser, he spoke the words:
“Now is your time,” and “Be a man for the first time and come forward yourself. … Let it be known and you will be dealt with in a much more tolerant way, I’m sure. However, if you do not, we are coming for you.”
Feldman and Grissom appeared together in 1980’s movies “License to Drive” and “Dream a Little Dream,”.