Corey Feldman is still continuing on his quest to expose Hollywood’s dark underbelly, most notably in relation to allegations of pedophilia and child abuse spurred on by the sexual assault he allegedly experienced as a child actor. Now, he’s looking for allies who may help to further his message.
In an interview with E! News, Feldman said he’d be open to working with others who have opened up about being sexually harassed and assaulted while working in Hollywood, but he particularly wants to partner with Terry Crews. Crews revealed in October he was once groped by an unnamed Hollywood executive.
“I thought about [reaching out to Terry], but I’ve been pretty overwhelmed with everything that I’m doing, but here’s an open invitation,” Feldman said. “Terry, if you’re listening, I’m more than happy to join forces with you and work together. I’m willing to work with anybody. Can I just put that out there?”
He added, “I’m willing to work with anybody that wants to aid in this fight. If you want to help me get this film made, to tell the truth, please help me… If you want to help me get the statutes changed, please help me. If you want to help me get your story out, I will help you. I’m willing to do whatever it takes. I’m here to be a soldier. I’m not in it for me. I’m in it for all of us. Let’s work together, please.”
Feldman launched a plan last year to raise $10 million to make a movie exposing organized, systemic sexual abuse of child actors in Hollywood. He says the movie is not a documentary, but is based on his own experiences as a child star, as well as those of his late friend Corey Haim, who died in 2010. He has publicly accused former actor Jon Grissom of molesting him as a child. Grissom has not publicly acknowledged the accusations.