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Corey Haim’s friend is making serious accusations about Corey Feldman

A self-professed friend of Corey Haim is making some damning accusations about the former child star’s rape.

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In a long public Facebook post, Greg Harrison, who said he was friends with Haim for the last 20 years of his life, names the person he claims raped Haim: actor and director Dominick Brascia. And Harrison goes even further — he says Corey Feldman was in on covering up the scandal.

“I have had enough of the lies! I’ve had enough of all the deception and distractions to draw people away from the truth as told to me by Corey Haim. What I am about to say is not my opinion, it comes straight from the mouth of Corey Haim,” Harrison wrote. “I have also had enough of listening to people accusing and blaming Judy Haim for not protecting her son Corey. Let me tell you about this brave amazing woman who Corey loved dearly and often affectionately referred to her as, ‘The Blonde Poet’. Picture Judy Haim (The Blonde Poet) barging into a room and grabbing a pool cue and threatening Actor-Director and pedophile Dominick Brascia, to get off her son.”

It was Feldman, Harrison claims, who first introduced Haim to the man who allegedly raped him.

“Let me take you back on this famous timeline, when Corey Haim was around 15 years old when he first moved to LA, to act in a little movie that was to be called, The Lost Boys,” Harrison wrote. “It was Corey Feldman who introduced him to Actor – Director and Pedophile Dominick Brascia. It is also public record in many interviews that Feldman did and is no secret, that Feldman was jealous of Haim. Corey Feldman introduced this pedophile to Haim and a lot of other boys.”

Brascia did an interview with the National Enquirer in August of 2015, and he claimed to name the person who raped Haim. Harrison says the National Enquirer knew that Brascia was lying but helped cover up his alleged involvement.

“Dominick Brascia, who said Haim was 14 years old when they met, confirmed the man’s name to The Enquirer,” Harrison wrote. “This is the only part that I have to begin speculating. But what I do know is that The Enquirer and this investigator is aware that Dominick abused Haim. I assume with this leverage, again I am speculating, that The Enquirer made a little deal with Dominick to keep his name out of all this mounting pressure to expose Hollywood pedophiles. I am still only speculating that they made him this deal and offered him money to confirm another name of an alleged abuser in Hollywood that Feldman seems to be after.”

And as for Feldman’s involvement? Harrison claims Feldman was always jealous of Haim, and that’s why he never came forward or protected Haim.

“Take responsibility for what you did to Corey Haim and stop pointing your fingers at everybody else that you are seeking revenge on out of your utter jealousy and rage from what I agree must have been a very difficult up bringing in the industry. I realize Corey Feldman is also a victim and believe it or not I do feel bad for him. I do not hate Corey Feldman, but I am afraid he has crossed to many lines now that are still attempts to hurt Corey Haim.”

Neither Feldman nor Brascia has responded to Harrison’s statement.

These are some major accusations, and if there’s any truth to them, this guy just blew the lid off a sex scandal that’s been rumored for decades. That child stars were passed around by Hollywood A-listers as sex objects has long been whispered but never really proven despite many child stars of Haim and Feldman’s era coming forward with stories about it. Here’s hoping that this can get the ball rolling and justice can be found for Haim and any other children who were abused as young stars.

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