Corey Feldman has been making headlines as he has continued to come forward on a subject he has been passionate about for years: exposing Hollywood pedophilia.
Although some are suggesting Corey is doing this for attention, this problem is very real and we’re beginning to see it unravel all over Hollywood.
It began recently when Harvey Weinstein was outed by many female celebrities as a sexual abuser. It then moved onto others including allegations towards Kevin Spacey about sexual misconduct in his past as well as recently on the set of House of Cards.
After raising just under $200,000 to help protect himself, Feldman has been making media appearances talking about the reality of this pedophilia problem and what he has done about it in the past while others completely ignored it.
During an interview with host Matt Lauer on NBC’s Today, Feldman was asked why he hasn’t come forward with the names already, Feldman responded:
“I’ve told the police, in fact, if anybody wants to go back to 1993, I sat there with the Santa Barbara police, I gave them the names, they’re on record. They have all of this information but they were scanning Michael Jackson. All they cared about was trying to find something on Michael Jackson.”
Lauer went on to challenge Feldman about the way he was raising awareness about pedophilia in Hollywood and Feldman replied:
“There are thousands of people in Hollywood who have this same information. Why is it all on me? Why is it that if I don’t release the names in the next two months, six months, a year, I’m the bad guy? I’m the victim here. I’m the one who’s been abused. I’m the one who’s trying to come forward and do something about it.”
Corey Feldman has been criticized for the fact that he said he would name names in his book Coreyography: A Memoir, but never did. To this Corey states his publisher would not let him.
This here is part of the issue. Publishers have to protect themselves because they don’t want to get into legal issues with high profile people being named. The issue of pedophilia in Hollywood continues on at large because no one wants to face having to hold people accountable.
The Beginning of Something Huge
When p(i)zzagate hit Reddit over a year ago, it moved quickly and traveled fast. In the end, much of the public were convinced by media that p(i)zzagate was all fake.
I truly believe that through this string of admissions and outings in Hollywood, we will later learn that p(i)zzagate was in fact real; and that this issue goes deep into politics and the world’s elite as well.
Satanic Pedophilia Network Exposed in Australia — It Starts at the TOP, Just Like in the USA and UK
As critical thinking continues on in these recent revelations, people have been suggesting that by focusing so hard on the music and film industry, it is pulling attention away from the elite pedophilia that exists in Washington and beyond.
While this is an interesting point, it is important to bring up the fact that the people in the film and music industry are essentially one step down in the pyramid from these ruling elite. Admissions and exposure of these individuals will lead to uncovering what goes on at higher levels as well.
We can already see the relationships and closeness that exist between these high-level politicians and many of these people who are being outed as pedophiles. Therefore the jump from you now outing these people to outing the Washington politicians is not that difficult and will happen eventually. This is a step in the right direction.
Through this process I also strongly believe we are going to be given a deeper understanding into the innocence of Michael Jackson and the pedophilia claims against him.
As Corey Feldman has stated Michael Jackson did not have the same demeanour nor actions of pedophiles he interacted with. Corey Feldman has gone on record multiple times stating Michael is innocent.
The biggest question, if Corey Feldman had given names to the LAPD years ago and yet all they did was focus on trying to find something on Michael Jackson, why was nothing done?
We want to believe there is no ruling elite, that powerful people aren’t doing things to protect themselves and rule over others yet our world suggests, in every way, that that’s precisely what’s happening.
‘Powerful’ people are protected and yet the ones who go out and start to threaten that power via their strong voice get labeled with the type of allegations you can’t publicly come back from like rape or pedophilia. This is what happened with Michael Jackson.
If you aren’t aware, Michael had said on a number of occasions that he was about to reveal a secret to the world on his latest tour before he died. He had also stated that he felt he was going to be killed for what he was revealing to people.
It appears as though when someone is threatening the power structure/deep state, actions are sometimes taken to try and silence or shut these people out. Sometimes they’re even killed.
I believe that Michael’s pedophile label was his first warning from this Elite to say ‘keep quiet and you’ll be okay, but we’re destroying your image.’ Michael chose to continue sharing the truth and I believe he was killed for it.
By Joe Martino, Guest author
Child Star Reveals How Naming His Abuser Got Him Silenced as His CONVICTED Rapist Hired at Disney
Pedophilia in Hollywood, according to victims and those who expose it, is rampant and exists throughout the industry. Those who expose it are often tarred and feathered in the mainstream and the predators in Hollywood remain protected.
However, the recent revelations about the alleged sexual abuse doled out by Hollywood mogul, Harvey Weinstein, is proving to be a chink in the pedophile protective armor enjoyed by Tinseltown.
After the NY Times piece exposed Harvey Weinstein for his rampant sexual harassment, actresses and actors came out to expose how they too have been abused in the industry.
Corey Feldman even named one of his alleged abusers this week. This massive coming out is forcing the mainstream media to finally cover the sexual abuse that goes on behind the scenes leaving a trail of damaged children and adults alike in its wake.
Sky News recently conducted an interview with a former child star who was molested by a director. At just 11 years old, Nathan Forrest Winters had the leading role in the 1980’s horror movie, Clownhouse.
Clownhouse was written and directed by Victor Salva who would later admit to and get convicted of molesting Winters.
“Some of the cast and crew came to my mum and said ‘Nathan and Victor’s interaction on set is not ok, there’s something going on’,” Winters, 39, told Sky News.
According to Winters, Nathan had been grooming him since he was just six-years-old.
He said: “His grooming process was developing my love and trust. Developing my parents’ trust.
“Essentially he became a close friend of the family and it turned from ‘How about I take Nathan for a few hours tonight, give you guys a break’ into full weekends at his house.”
Winters said Salva invited him to stay at his apartment, where they watched Disney’s The Jungle Book together, according to Sky News.
“He started talking about Mowgli’s loin cloth so that he could make me one,” he said.
“He got two bandanas and tied them together and made this loin cloth and as he’s tying them, he’s fondling me. And that’s my first memory of when the abuse started.
“It progressed over the next five years… For him, everything was sexual. He videotaped all of it, it was full-blown.”
When Winters finally got enough courage to expose Salva, the latter was convicted and sentenced to a mere three years in prison — of which, he only served less than half.
Related: Billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein only served 13 months of an 18-month sentence, while work release allowed him to go to his office and work as a money manager during the daytime hours.
Winters noted how Salva had people intimidate and stalk his family after he outed him.
To highlight just how sick and depraved many of those in this industry are, shortly after Walt Disney Company bought Bob and Harvey Weinstein’s company in 1993, Disney hired the convicted child molester — to direct the film Powder — that he had written in prison.“He had a nice expensive lawyer… There were people watching us. I think there’s no other intent than to make us aware that we were being watched, to intimidate us and scare us off,” he said.
To highlight the nature of how Hollywood not only looks the other way in these instances but actually condones them, Disney cared not about hiring Salva and, once again, gave him access to children on the set of Powder.
Instead of lambasting Disney for hiring a convicted child predator, the industry went on to praise him.
“As controversy swirled around filmmaker Victor Salva, who pleaded guilty in 1988 to molesting a boy on the set of his low-budget picture ‘Clownhouse,’ Salva’s agent said that a good showing at the box office may salvage the 37-year-old director’s career,” the LA Times reported on Oct. 31, 1995.
“At least three studios are meeting with him. One has already given Victor scripts to read,” said his agent, David Gersh, who declined to name the studios.
“If ‘Powder’ does well,” Gersh added, “Victor will see work again. He is a true talent. If not . . . who’s to say?”
Let that sink in.
Not only was this man not blackballed in the industry for molesting children and possessing child porn but he was being fought over by multiple Hollywood companies.
In fact, in spite of the controversy, Salva has gone on to write and direct many more Hollywood movies since Powder, including the horror series Jeepers Creepers, which releases its third sequel this year.
As the rest of society casts out pedophiles and makes them register as sex offenders to warn others about their tendencies to prey on children, Hollywood embraces them, gives them access to children, and puts them on a pedestal — a true horror story indeed.
As for those who expose their abusers, they are cast out of Tinseltown, blackballed, and silenced. As Winters explains:
“I was basically blackballed for telling the truth. He’s been coddled completely, big names in Hollywood have been backing him throughout the entire process. Seems like there’s an exclusive club and Victor’s part of that club.”
While this fight is an uphill battle, in just the last month, we’ve shown what pushing this issue into the spotlight can do. From Kevin Spacey to Harvey Weinstein to Jon Grissom—the alleged sexual predators are scattering like roaches.
Please share this article with your friends and family so that they may see the dark nature of Hollywood’s elite and we can continue to force the mainstream media to cover it and expose these monsters.
Ted Actress Jessica Barth Claims Producer David Guillod Drugged and Sexually Assaulted Her
Ted actress Jessica Barth claims Atomic Blonde producer David Guillod drugged and sexually assaulted her in 2012 when he was working as her manager.
Barth detailed her accusations in a blog post last week but did not name Guillod as her abuser until Thursday, when she told The Wrap she had gone to the LAPD with the accusations – for the second time.
The actress told The Wrap she tried to press charges in 2012, but ultimately dropped the case when Guillod threatened to sue her. She said she only came forward now because another woman recently reached out to her describing a similar alleged incident with Guillod.
But the producer’s attorney told The Wrap that the case was dropped back in 2012 because of lack of evidence. “This allegation was initially made five years ago and was fully investigated by LAPD at that time,” said his attorney, Thomas M. Ferlauto.
“Witnesses were interviewed whose version of events belied and completely contradicted Ms. Barth’s and LAPD determined the charges to be unfounded. No criminal or civil case was ever brought against Mr. Guillod,” he added.
Guillod did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
Barth told The Wrap she has no knowledge of witnesses who might have contradicted her statement, and noted that she had her own witness, her now-husband Danny Cusumano, who corroborated her story.
“Nothing was found to be unfounded. I just stopped pursuing it because he threatened to sue me,” Barth told the website. “I wasn’t in a place emotionally or financially to take him on legally.”
The LAPD declined to comment, citing privacy, The Wrap reported.
In her blog post last week, Barth claimed that she blacked out during a dinner with a then-unnamed Guillod after having some wine. “The next thing I remember is waking up at home with six hickeys on my neck,” she wrote.
“I was horrified. I was completely and utterly confused and I was sick to my stomach,” she added.
“Through email, he tried to play it off as a silly make-out session between friends. He sent me message after message begging that we talk and letting me know how upset he was and that he couldn’t sleep because of the pit in his stomach.”
Barth claimed that Guillod had made unwanted sexual advances towards her prior to the alleged incident, and that she only agreed to go to the dinner because another woman, Survivor’s Remorse actress Felisha Terrell, was in attendance.
Barth said she immediately fired Guillon as her manager after the alleged assault.
Terrell, who is still managed by Guillod, gave a statement to The Wrap, saying, “There were some inaccuracies in the story as I recall it. If I felt these accusations were 100 percent true I would not have remained a client. As a woman in this business, I am both supportive and inspired by women speaking their truth.”
After Barth published her blog post last week, which did not include Guillod’s name, she says a woman reached out to her claiming she had a similar experience.
“She titled the email with his name. I immediately had shivers from head to toe,” Barth told The Wrap.
“The woman said that she had a similar experience, which was horrific … She said it was about three years ago.” The woman reportedly declined to be identified.
Barth has previously come forward with accusations against Harvey Weinstein, telling CNN the disgraced mogul propositioned her for sex in a hotel room in 2011.
By Mike Miller, People.com / Cover image: Lars Niki/ Corbis via Getty; Jennifer Lourie/ Getty
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