Corey Feldman’s 1993 audio file naming suspected sexual predators found by police – National
A sound was reportedly found of Corey Feldman giving police the names of suspected Hollywood pedophiles in 1993.
The Goonies the star claimed he was abused in the early years of his career and launched a Indiegogo campaign to raise funds to create a documentary to expose alleged pedophilia in Hollywood.
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In October, Feldman said he gave the names of suspected Hollywood sexual predators to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office in 1993 during an investigation into sexual assault charges against the late Michael Jackson.
The sheriff’s office initially denied Feldman’s claims, but they recently said tapes of his interview were discovered, according to Hollywood journalist.
“Following recent investigations into Mr. Feldman’s interview by the Sheriff’s Office in 1993, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office conducted a further review of all remaining stored material from the Michael Jackson investigation.” , according to a statement from the sheriff’s office.
The statement continues: “In a container containing the original investigation reports, the sheriff’s office located detective working copies of audio recordings made during the investigation. A copy of Mr. Feldman’s interview has been found. The recording is turned over to the Los Angeles Police Department.
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No other information was released. Los Angeles Police declined to comment on the recording.
The LAPD had previously said its investigation was dropped into Feldman’s allegations that a pedophile ring victimized young actors in Hollywood because too much time had passed since the alleged incidents.
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Feldman filed a report with Los Angeles Police earlier last month after publicly naming some of his alleged attackers as he The Dr Oz Show.
In October, Feldman launched his Indiegogo campaign to help raise $ 10 million (a “flexible” goal) to make a film about her life. He wants to make the film without the help of a studio in order to avoid censorship, and says he will use the money donated to make sure the film is distributed in theaters for wide distribution. So far, the campaign has raised just over $ 260,300.
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