Corey Feldman is telling it like it is! The actor — who has publicly said he was sexually abused by Hollywood figures as a child star — took to Twitter to seemingly defend sicko Michael Jackson after the telling documentary about him, Leaving Neverland.
“All I know is what I experienced, & yes every experience was the same …. right up 2 the sex part! That is where it becomes lala land, instead of neverland 4 me. We never spoke about sex other than a few warnings about how sex was scary, & dangerous,” Corey — who claimed in 2017 that Hollywood has a pedophilia problem — wrote on the social media platform.
“[He] never once swore in my presence, never touched me inappropriately, & never ever suggested we should be lovers in any way! I feel like if ppl could hear our convos they would hear the innocence in them. No hint of perversion. I have a tape, im thinkin about releasing, which could… give ppl a real look @ what a 30 yr old man/child & a 13 yr old boy would discuss, so every1 could hear the innocence of r relationship.”
Corey continued, “Again i wasnt there when those boys were. But i was there around the same time as jimmy, & i saw many kids around (girls included) who i am… Still friends with 2 this day, & none of us were ever approached by him in a sexual way at all! So as much as those 2 men deserve 2 hav their voices heard, so do the thousands of kids who hung around him, that dont agree!”
“However I do take issue with the fact that this whole thing is 1 sided w no chance of a defense from a dead man, & no evidence other than the word of 2 men who as adults defended him in court!” he wrote. “But as we will never really know, I only hav my memories. And thank God 4 me, my memories of MJ were mostly fond, aside from R 1 & only fight because he incorrectly feared I would turn on him, & make up lies. I never did. I never would! I pray those boys can sleep w that same clarity of consciousness! let God b thy judge!”
A few days after Corey’s series of controversial tweets, he clarified the common assumption that he was defending the late King of Pop. “I want to be very clear. I stand for any and all victims of sexual abuse or assault,” he said in a statement to CNN. “As a survivor and someone who has been fighting for this to become a focal topic of our society for decades and is fighting diligently to abolish the statutes of limitations across the country, I applaud all victims for letting their voices be heard and I encourage the public debate to continue.”