The former child actor is hoping to raise around $10 million for a film, a legal team and security for his family.
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Actor Corey Feldman is identifying a man he said molested him when he was a young teen.
In an appearance on The Dr. Oz Show that aired Thursday, Feldman said he was assaulted at age 13 or 14 by the man, adding that “multiple people” also abused him.
Feldman made his comments in an interview with series host Mehmet Oz and in an on-air call that Oz identified as being to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Los Angeles Police Department Officer Drake Madison says the department is aware of the show, but no report has yet been filed.
The person Feldman identified could not be immediately located.
In recent TV interviews and online, Feldman said he planned to make an independent film that would bring to light child sexual abuse in Hollywood by telling his own, uncensored story and was fundraising for it.
Feldman gained fame in the 1980s with films including Gremlins, The Goonies and Stand by Me.
In a 2011 interview with the Daily Mail website, Feldman said he was “literally surrounded” by pedophiles as a young actor and claimed abuse was a rampant problem in Hollywood.
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