Corey Feldman details alleged abuse in new book

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He might be a big doofus, but you know his memoirs will be interesting. In Corey Feldman’s new book, “Coreyography,” he outlines alleged sexual exploitation at the hands of pedophilic Hollywood honchos.

According to an article in the New York Daily News, both he and Corey Haim allegedly had myriad experiences with men at the height of their fame, when they were in their early teens. One of their alleged abusers is now an “industry titan.”

Feldman also dishes on Haim’s drug problem and tackles rumors about his own reported relationship with Michael Jackson. The book comes out Oct. 28.Corey FeldmanCorey HaimFeaturesGossip

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