Corey Feldman spoke out for the first time after seemingly disappearing. The actor released a controversial documentary, (My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys on March 9, and hasn't been heard from since.
On Tuesday evening, the actor issued a note on his Twitter account that explained where he's been. While Feldman didn't reveal too many details about his decision to go "underground," he claimed he's been fending off attacks from some of the people he'd accused of sexual assault. Feldman did not name those people specifically.
"IM SORRY I HAV DISAAPEARED [sic] [lately]! I NEEDED 2 GO UNDERGROUND, AFTER THE RELEASE OF THE FILM, COUPLED W MULTIPLE ATTACKS FROM THE [people] WHO HAV [sic] BEEN TRYING 2 SILENCE ME," he wrote in all caps.
"I JUST WANTED 2 LET U KNOW IM OK! I LOV [sic] U ALL, I MISS U ALL, & I WILL B BACK SOON W A NEW [update] ABOUT #MYTRUTHDOC."
The documentary claims, among other heavy accusations, that actor Charlie Sheen raped Haim in 1986 as they were working on the film Lucas. At the time of the alleged rape, Haim was 13 and Sheen was 19.
Sheen strongly denied the allegations. "These sick, twisted and outlandish allegations never occurred. Period," he told Entertainment Weekly in a statement.
Some of the other people listed as alleged abusers in the documentary include Jon Grissom, Alphy Hoffman, Dominick Brascia and Marty Weiss. These men had been named by Feldman before the #MeToo movement.
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