Corey Feldman’s tell-all documentary ‘My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys’ finally premiered on March 9, 2020 — a project three years in the making — marking the 10th anniversary of his childhood best friend Corey Haim’s tragic death.
However, technical difficulties made it impossible for viewers at home to screen the documentary. Meanwhile, those attending the live screening in Los Angeles were able to watch the film’s premiere, one of them being Los Angeles Times reporter Amy Kaufman.
“In #MYTRUTHDOC, @Corey_Feldman alleges that Corey Haim told him he was raped by Charlie Sheen on the 1985 set of ‘Lucas’,” she tweeted after the screening. “Sheen has denied this claim previously and does not issue a new denial in the film. In the film, Feldman says Haim told him he was bent over by Sheen in broad daylight between two trailers and sodomized.”
“Crisco oil was allegedly used as [a] lubricant,” she revealed.
Sheen has previously been accused of raping deceased actor Corey Haim, but has always denied the allegation.
“It’s kind of like OJ, he gets away with murder,” Kacey Jordan, one of Sheen’s former lovers, told The Daily Beast in 2017. “Charlie gets away with, you know, being the party boy and whatnot of Hollywood. I think that just somewhat falls in the line that it makes it OK when it’s probably in fact, of course, not.”’
In November 2017, the National Enquirer also published a report painting Sheen as a twisted child molester — unearthing claims that the ‘Wall Street’ star allegedly sodomized Haim and was responsible for sending him down a drug-fueled spiral that ultimately resulted in his tragic demise.
The publication also accused Sheen of preying on several other children connected to the 1986 film ‘Lucas’, when the then 19-year-old Sheen is alleged to have abused Haim, then 13.