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Corey Feldman Sues WE tv, Says He Was Held 'Hostage' on 'Marriage Boot Camp' Set

Corey Feldman has filed a lawsuit against WE tv and the team behind the show Marriage Boot Camp.

The 49-year-old former child star of such movies as The Goonies and Gremlins says that he was held “hostage” on the set of Marriage Boot Camp and he claims the show exploited his history of sexual violence to increase ratings.

In documents obtained by The Blast, Corey claims the show with “full knowledge of the importance and the nature of Mr. Feldman’s lifetime work… not only perpetrated fraud by inducing Mr. Feldman with false promises,” but claims they, “falsified information to the public, they discredited Mr. Feldman as a liar on their show Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition.”

Corey appeared on the show with his brother Eden and he says the show was “sold” to him on the “premises of being able, through guidance from licensed medical professionals, to help heal the tumultuous relationship” he had with his brother.

“Instead, of healing this brotherly relationship the (show) instead created questions and exercises that would focus and would reveal past sexual assaults on the celebrities and how such sexual trauma affected them and their lives,” Corey claims in his lawsuit. He also alleges that the producers “held him and his family hostage under duress in a location unknown to them, causing severe emotional trauma.”

The lawsuit also states, “The harm caused by the Defendants’ breaches, fraud, and false promises have caused severe emotional trauma to Mr. Feldman. Such conduct has caused Mr. Feldman ongoing feelings of helplessness and suffering, which were reignited after decades of lying dormant due to successful therapy.”

You can read more about the lawsuit on TheBlast.com.

Josh Gad Reunites 'The Goonies' Cast & Gets Answers About A Sequel In His New 'Reunited Apart' Series

Josh Gad made the internet so happy this week after he reunited the original cast of The Goonies for the first episode of his Reunited Apart series.

Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Corey Feldman, Jeff Cohen, Ke Huy Quan, Martha Plimpton and Kerri Green all called into the virtual reunion where they reminisced about the movie.

Later on, Joe Pantoliano, Robert Davi, writer Chris Columbus, executive producer Steven Spielberg, director Richard Donner and even Cyndi Lauper joined the call and chatted about a the much talked about sequel to the adventure movie.

“Chris, Dick and I — and Lauren [Shuler Donner] — have had a lot of conversations about it,” Steven shared about the topic. “Every couple of years we come up with an idea but then it doesn’t hold water.”

The virtual reunions will continue on Josh‘s channel, and benefit The Center for Disaster Philanthropy, which helps some of those hit hardest by the financial impact of COVID-19.

“I’ve always dreamed of being able to bring back the casts of my favorite movies of all time. All it took was everyone being forced to not leave their homes for two months and spotty wi-fi,” Josh joked about the series.

Check out the reunion below!

Corey Feldman Reveals Names of Alleged Sexual Abusers in His New Documentary

Corey Feldman has finally broken his silence.

While debuting his new documentary, (My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys, at the Directors Guild Of America on Monday (March 9) in Los Angeles, the 48-year-old former child star listed the men who he says sexually assaulted him and his friend Corey Haim when they were child stars.

In the documentary, Corey centers on the alleged abuse by Charlie Sheen in which he was said to have raped Corey Haim “in between two trailers” on the set of the 1986 drama Lucas when Haim was just 13. The film also looks at nightclub owner Alphy Hoffman, who Feldman accused of abuse in 2017, as well as his former manager Jon Grissom. Also named as an alleged molester of Haim was actor Dominick Brascia and while former child talent manager Marty Weiss was named as an alleged second abuser of Feldman.

Charlie Sheen has long denied the accusation and Haim‘s mother, Judy, has publicly stated she does not believe Sheen to be the one who abused her son and in fact, pointed the finger at Brascia.

“I hope [the film] gives other victims the strength to come forward. Because there’s gotta be a tidal wave right now. We need a tidal wave of justice. We need a tidal wave of truth. We need a tidal wave of courage,” Feldman said at the screening (via Fox News). “The truth must survive. Children must be saved.”

Corey Feldman was accomapined at the documentary premiere by his wife Courtney Anne Mitchell – Watch the trailer here!

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Corey Feldman Can No Longer Defend Michael Jackson

Corey Feldman says he can no longer defend his late friend Michael Jackson amid the allegations that have come to light in the documentary Leaving Neverland.

The former child star has been open in the past about how he was allegedly sexually abused by people in the entertainment industry, though he says “absolutely nothing inappropriate ever happened” between him and Michael.

“You’re a kid who has endured sexual abuse and during those times, I’m looking to somebody like Michael Jackson as a friend, as a big brother figure. And he was that person to me,” Corey said while appearing on HLN. “However, as you’re friends with this guy, all of a sudden you start to hear more and more accusations thrown around by various people.”

“It comes to a point where as an advocate for victims, as an advocate for changing the statutes of limitations to make sure victims’ voices are heard, it becomes impossible for me to remain virtuous and not at least consider what’s being said and not listen to what the victims are saying,” he said.

Corey says he can’t defend Jackson, but he also doesn’t judge him.

“I don’t want to be perceived as I’m here to defend Michael Jackson, because I can no longer do that. I can not in good consciousness defend anyone who’s being accused of such horrendous things,” he said. “But at the same time, I’m also not here to judge him, because again, he did not do those things to me and that was not my experience.”

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Corey Feldman Stabbed in 'Attempted Homicide,' Currently Hospitalized

Corey Feldman was stabbed in an attack and he’s currently recovering in the hospital.

The 46-year-old says he was sitting in his car on Tuesday (March 27) in Los Angeles with his security. Suddenly, three men approached and his security got distracted.

Then, a car pulled up and he was stabbed with something by another man.

Corey says the police are currently investigating the attack as an attempted homicide. He is currently doing okay after the incident.

We’re wishing Corey well and hope he makes a quick recovery.

Corey Feldman Responds to Sexual Battery Allegations

Corey Feldman was accused of sexual misconduct, and his rep is responding to the claims.

The 46-year-old child star’s rep “vehemently denies these egregious claims,” in a statement made to TMZ.

An anonymous woman came forward on Monday at a police station and filed a report, saying he grabbed her buttock in 2017.

LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide Division is currently investigating the claim.

Corey has made headlines for coming forward about his own alleged abuse, but came under fire when he wouldn’t publicly name his abusers in his $10 million film.