Experts Declare Pedophilia ‘Rampant Today’ in Hollywood, Yet the Usual Media Suspects Go Mute

Corey Feldman

Trying to shine light on the darkness in Hollywood: Corey Feldman

According to an eye-opening audio tape exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, Hollywood star Corey Feldman told police in 1993 the names of two industry insiders who sexually abused him as a teen in the 1980s, at the height of his film stardom.

And what did police do with this stunning information? They did absolutely nothing.

And now the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office, which took Feldman's statement years ago during an investigation into abuse by Michael Jackson, is declining to answer questions about why it did not follow up or examine the star's criminal claims, according to RadarOnline.com.

Unbelievable.

Listen to Corey Feldman reveal his abuse to police in 1993 (**RadarOnline.com exclusive**):


   

The eye-opening tape comes on the heels of the release of Feldman's new autobiography in which he recounts being repeatedly sodomized and molested during the height of his teen success.

Hollywood: Today's playground for pedophiles

Meanwhile, a stunning new report claims that because of the explosion of media outlets, television companies, and the Internet, predators are today sexually exploiting children in Hollywood at their highest levels ever.

"In Hollywood, there are parents who will practically prostitute their kids in the hope they can make money and get ahead," claims Hollywood veteran Allison Arngrim. "It's more common than you think."

Arngrim also adds, "Predators are typically very careful when choosing … They look for kids whose parents are maybe going through a divorce, are very na├»ve, suffering with addiction problems, or are simply crazy stage parents who will look the other way."

Not Catholic priests

Yet despite the eye-opening nature of all of these stories, several major media outlets – most notably the New York Times, the Boston Globe, and the Los Angeles Times – have not reported a single syllable about any of this.

(The L.A. Times' omission is especially egregious in light of the fact that Hollywood is right in the backyard of the paper.)

Meanwhile, these papers have never flinched in not reporting each and every claim of abuse against a Catholic priest, no matter low long ago or how flimsy.

The double standard is not just glaring. It's blinding.

Comments

  1. Publion says:

    Hollywood doesn’t want to have to deal with its own issues, especially when it’s so deeply involved in being part of the secularist simulacrum of religion with a) its cult of celebrity, b) its ability to put into film fantasies the brave new (Monoplane) world promised by the government and the elites, and c) its awareness of just how difficult it is to defend oneself in the face of a Stampede.

    Imagine, for example, what a frakfest there would be if LA torties figured that there would be a reliable probability of scoring bigtime against the many deep-pockets institutions and individuals who are up there on the Hollywood food-chain. But they clearly have figured that – all things considered – it wouldn’t be a good idea for them to try. (In an increasingly secularizing culture and society, it’s a lot easier (and safer) to pick on ‘religion’ than to pick on the primary illustrators of the dampdreams and sugar-plum visions of the New Secular Order.)

    And of course, Hollywood’s culture is deeply involved with that abyssal complexity introduced in the past 50 years: on the one hand i) sex is nobody’s business but one’s own and anything-goes in private matters of sexual choice, and on the other hand ii) sexually-victimizing others must not be done. The possibilities of there needing to be quite a lot of (ii) in order to achieve the pleasure-full liberations of (i) is a problem Hollywood would rather not examine.

  2. Corey, I am a parent and am terribly sorry and believe that what you say about your H'wood experience.  Ironically, my precious ministry student son was taken to the altar by a priest and raped at gunpoint–to purposefully end his career.  We know how you are hurting; know that others feel your same pain.

    • josie says:

      There you go again, Constance Taylor, with the same comment about your older son (how old is he now -maybe 60?). You are not believable. You have been asked to explain at other times when you post this comment about this dramatic rape at gunpoint at an altar. You never respond and frankly, other than to be curious, you are not arousing any sympathy when you are not forthcoming as to when and where this happened. Is something wrong with you and your story that you are not willing to link this occurence or explain in your own words that would involve some truth or facts?

      You do not seem to have grasped the point of the article or this site. Your comment is just there for your benefit-not anyone here reading it.

       

  3. ChristianLivingforGod says:

    Brothers and Sisters,

    Corey Feldman is a drug-addict liar. A child star that was washed up in his teens. He is now 42. Desperate for money, Corey made many abuse accusations in the last 20 years. 20 years of accusing and almost everyone has had the good sense not to listen to him.

    He claims that his mother physically and emotionally abused him when he was a young boy. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/04/corey-feldman-mom-book-claims-not-true_n_4213938.html  The mother says that Corey is fabricating these abuse stories. She even says that he asked her to go along with his lies. No doubt this was to increase sales of the book in which Corey reveals/makes the abuse allegations against his mother. Sensational.

    Friends, do not be so quickly and easily taken in by these Hollywood liars. They are deceitful losers out for money just like so many anti-catholic bigots in Boston and Philadelphia and LA.

    If even one Hollywood A-list actor, director or producer is falsely accused, it is too many! One of the directors was probably just wrestling with Corey like a priest and a young male parishioner would have wrestled from 1965 to 1985 and Corey obviously "misunderstood" or "misremembers" one of the moves. What is the world coming to when a man, religious or otherwise, who's job has nothing to do with coaching wrestling, can't wrestle a boy? What are all the men who want to wrestle boys supposed to do? Frustrating.

    So be careful because media will have you believe that sex abuse is rampant here or there. It is not. Can you say, "Negligible?" Good. I knew you could. Now, let's learn about being "persecuted." Who knows what "persecuted" means? Has anyone here been "persecuted," say for being a Christian, and would they like to share with us what that was like?

    • Jim Robertson says:

      Were these wrestling matches common in catholic parishes from 1965 to 1985? Were they inter-parish events? Was there an archdiocesin championship? Extraordinary!

  4. Dennis Ecker says:

    Josie,

    Why do you have such a problem when it comes down to believing an account of ones abuse, or when a family member describes the abuse a family member suffered ?

    Do you believe in a God and want others to believe in a God you cannot see, touch, or converse with ? Do you believe in A God who suffered died and arose again ?

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    • josie says:

      I guess you are trying to make a point that as we can't see God, etc. we still believe. OK.That is faith. And I am not getting into that with you now or ever. Really, what would be the point? You don't understand-you are just here for one reason and it is a waste of most people's time to argue with you. Enough said.

      I have no problem "believing an account of one's abuse" if I was in a position to have to make that decision. But I am not. Obviously, the truth would have to be more apparent than not. Facts of the case would be good-again, something that happened decades ago, not so reliable. Constance Taylor (and you) need to post on another site so that people can blindly say, "I believe the victim" with no proof, facts, answers. CT was asked last time where this altar rape happened-some link or anything. She doesn't respond. Only a fool would believe her story based on her comment. Maybe, you have the facts???    

       

        

  5. Mark T says:

    Even considering what I read in ChristianLivingForGod's post, I think Whoopi Goldberg is a bigot. Sometime ago, there was a nun on The View who had been excomunicated for allowing an abortion. Well Bill Donohue (who isn't very popular) stuck the boot into Whoopi for having an abortion. Not impressed, she hit back in this Youtube video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uNltM-7G70

    Then I found out that she has no problem with what Roman Polanski did! That makes her just as bad as Bill Donohue and the child molesting priests, doesn't it?! I mean, why is it okay for Roman to do something like that and not the priests?

  6. U wont like me says:

    Whats the matter josie not enough blood n guts? Haha
    Josie lets hear your horror story. I got a few nightmares myself
    But I wanna hear more about you. Spill!!