Charlie Sheen was the entertainment industry elite who raped former child star Corey Haim, evidence has now emerged that he also attempted to silence Corey Feldman with death threats.
Lost Boys star Feldman recently revealed that he had received threats against his life after he announced that he was going to expose the pedophile ring that has infested the movie business.As the world reels in horror following the revelations about Sheen, real name Carlos Estevez, more information begins to surface about his murky criminal past.
It appears as though Feldman isn't the first person he's threatened to kill as reports show he threatened to cut his ex-wife Denise Richards' head off and offered some "heavies" $20k to murder his ex-fiancé.Movie Web reports: Feldman has never come out and publicly named Sheen, but he did detail a story about Haim having sex with an unnamed individual on the set of Lucas in his 2013 memoir Coreyography.
He has also expressed disdain for the Wall Street star over the years. Why Corey Feldman never spoke up about Charlie Sheen, if these allegations are true, has been a mystery until now.But a new open letter Corey sent out, proves that Charlie Sheen has made death threats against him.Corey Feldman took to Twitter to release a lengthy update about the status of the Truth movie, which will expose a Hollywood Pedophile Ring, as well as details on why he needs the $10 million dollars that he is asking for.It's not only for the movie that he plans to make but for his safety. With big names being revealed, Feldman needs to protect himself legally with lawyers and physically with security guards.While detailing where the funds are going, Corey Feldman once again refers to an A-list actor, who is said to have ties to a major studio.He claims this actor has issued death threats in light of these new allegations that Sheen raped Corey Haim.
"Well let me be very clear. The man at the end of this bread crumb trail, the coveted name A lister everybody wants to know about has, & does continue to threaten his victims with death. It's actually his go to statement. Anyone that knows who I am talking about can find multiple court records in which defendants have claimed that they feared for their safety after confronting him. Point blank, he threatens people's lives and has a history of violent behavior." While Corey Feldman does not mention the "A-lister" by name, it's not hard to deduce that he's talking directly about Charlie Sheen, and it's probably no coincidence that these stories are breaking at the same time. A cursory Google search of Charlie Sheen and death threats comes up with over 326,000 results in under a minute.There are stories of death threats as recently as last year after alleged audio surfaced of Sheen offering someone $20,000 dollars to kill his ex-fiancee.Further down the rabbit hole and you'll see that Sheen threatened to kill an ex-associate with an automatic shotgun and even threatening to cut Denise Richards' head off.These are threats that anybody can see with a quick search and it's no wonder why Corey Feldman is choosing his words carefully.
It's also no wonder why everyone is going directly to Charlie Sheen as the person Feldman is referring to in his open letter. Elsewhere in the lengthy update, Corey Feldman goes out of his way to thank Alyssa Milano, who has come under fire recently for not offering any names.Milano and Feldman used to hang out together in the Soda Pop clubs with Corey Haim, which Feldman mentioned in his Today show interview.She has shown support for Feldman on Twitter.Feldman thanked Milano and others for standing up with the #MeToo campaign, which has brought more attention to his Truth Campaign.
"I'm also forever grateful to the likes of Ashley Judd, Alyssa Milano, and the countless other women who came forward not just with stories about Weinstein, but to all of the strong women who came forward around the globe inspired by the #MeToo movement. It is because of your courage, my story has found new hope. This is a courage I pray will spread to the countless adults who were abused as children, and to the children who may have just recently suffered an abuse."