Crazy Flashback – Corey Feldman Calls Out Hollywood Pedophilia And Gets Scolded By Barbara Walters – VIDEO

There has been a crazy epidemic of powerful people in Hollywood sexually abusing young actors. In this crazy flashback Corey Feldman calls out the sick, perverted Hollywood elite and gets scolded by Barbara Walters.

This clip is from The View in 2013. In the video Feldman tells the hosts what Hollywood is really like for young performers. In light of the recent charges brought against Harvey Weinstein more and more of these types of situations are coming to light.

Watch the video.

Per Daily Wire:

The clip begins as a defensive Feldman tells the hosts that, “There are people that were the people that did this to both me and Corey 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.”

What he is saying, or at least trying to explain, to Barbara Walters is that he and his best friend Corey Haim, another famous ’80s child star, were both sexually abused by powerful men in Hollywood. Feldman believes that the abuse was a factor in Haim’s drug addiction and untimely death in 2010.

But Walter’s didn’t want to hear it. She responds, “Are you saying they are pedophiles and that they are still in this business,” to which Feldman nods and says, “Yes.”

Feldman adds, “They don’t want me here right now. They want me dead.”

Walters huffs that statement off as exaggeration, turning away from Feldman to her co-host and anti-vaxxer Jenny McCarthy.

It continues to get worse and worse for Hollywood. In the video below Feldman gives more information on Hollywood’s biggest problem.

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