Corey Feldman Officially Opens Hollywood Pedophilia Case With LAPD

November 8, 2017 Updated: November 9, 2017

The Los Angeles Police Department has opened a case on the Hollywood pedophiles that Corey Feldman has alluded to for years, Daily Mail reported.

Feldman has shared that he experienced and witnessed sexual abuse as a child actor for years. He has also claimed that police didn’t take his claims seriously. But now the LAPD is officially opening a case.

After allegations against Harvey Weinstein poured in, there has been an endless stream of accusations of various types of sexual abuse in Hollywood. Revelations of Hollywood pedophilia are nothing new, but Corey Feldman’s claims became particularly relevant after Anthony Rapp accused Kevin Spacey of inappropriately touching him.

Corey Feldman had a series of recent TV interviews after announcing a crowdfunding campaign to make a movie about his life and expose his experiences with pedophiles in dramatic form. He was grilled in interviews with Megyn Kelly and Matt Lauer. But in an interview with Dr. Oz, the host said he was just speaking on the phone to police.

The world came away with the names of two convicted pedophiles from those interviews. Jon Grissom, Feldman’s former assistant, was revealed as the pedophile he calls Ron Crimson in his book “Coreyography;” and Marty Weiss, previously openly named in the book and in the 2014 documentary movie “An Open Secret,” was named again as a Hollywood pedophile.

Feldman announced his success in opening a case in a series of tweets dated Nov. 6. His Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign had raised over $217,000 towards Feldman’s goal of $10 million by end of day Nov. 7.