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WATCH – Thanks To Weinstein, Corey Feldman Vindicated For Exposing Hollyweird Pedophilia *VIDEO* #o4a #Weinstein #Hollywood

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
October 17th, 2017

How sweet it is! Vindication, that is. Corey Feldman tried to warn the world back in 2013 that there was rampant perversion in Hollyweird, but nobody listened.

With Weinstein’s life imploding, and new accusations of sexual misconduct by the Hollywood producer surfacing every day, Feldman has to be feeling very, very vindicated right about now. He was attacked by Barbara Walters for suggesting that perverts and pedophiles stalked unwary prey all through the Hollywood culture.

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His 2013 interview has resurfaced with the stirring of the Hollyweird perversion pot over Harvey Weinstein, and if you haven’t seen it, you should. He tried to warn us, and was shunned for doing so.

Since the outing of the perverted Weinstein has fans and critics alike examining the Hollywood culture with a critical eye, one name keeps popping up: Corey Feldman.

Feldman has openly talked about sexual abuse he suffered along with fellow ‘80s star Corey Haim, and now, a years-old video has resurfaced of Feldman sharing his experiences on “The View” and Barbara Walters challenging his claims.

“There are people that were the people that did this to both me and Corey [Haim] that are still working. They’re still out there, and that are some of the richest most powerful people in this business. And they do not want me saying what I am saying right now,” Feldman said on “The View” in 2013.

Walters questioned Feldman, “Are you saying they are pedophiles and that they are still in this business?”

Feldman said “yes” without hesitation. “They don’t want me here right now. They want me dead.”

As Feldman went on to caution parents against putting their kids in show business, Walters interrupted, “You’re damaging an entire industry!”

He then replied, “I’m sorry.”

The tense exchange has been circulating amid the growing accusations against Weinstein. On Twitter, Feldman is getting support from his fans who are praising him for speaking out about his experiences despite the backlash.

Corey did want to clarify that while there is widespread child sexual abuse in Hollywood, Weinstein did in fact, NOT abuse him.

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