Bombshell Report Reveals Literally No One in Hollywood Is Obeying This Law Meant to Protect Children
To ensure predators could not continue to work in Hollywood, five years ago the state passed and Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law AB 1660, which would require "publicists, managers, acting coaches and headshot photographers who work with child actors to be fingerprinted and pass an FBI background check to screen out registered sex offenders." Once a screening is complete, these professionals are supposed to be granted licenses.
After weeks of reiterating his claims and even starting a fundraising campaign to fund a tell-all documentary on the men he says has for decades been praying on young children in Hollywood, he is finally being taken seriously by law enforcement.
Recently, bolstered by the new attention sexual abuse in Hollywood is getting, Feldman began a campaign to raise money for a documentary he hopes to produce exposing his abusers. Even more shockingly, he said he felt his life was in danger and needed funds for private security and a legal team to represent him. He has been certain that his abusers will do anything to stop his story from being told.
Now, perhaps emboldened by the recent expose of Hollywood indie king Harvey Weinstein, Feldman is planning a film to expose these predatory abusers--but, he says, his life may be at risk in the meantime.
Corey Feldman's heartbreaking stories of sexual abuse in Hollywood are receiving new attention this week, as many in Hollywood try to pretend to be shocked at the sexual abuse that goes on in show business.