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Corey Feldman should be glad he wasn’t killed after accusing Charlie Sheen in pedophile docu: Wendy Williams

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Revealing her opinion about Corey Feldman’s bombshell documentary, host Wendy Williams has said that the American actor should be happy that he is still alive after exposing the ‘Hollywood pedophile ring’. The television host went on to say that it is not a small thing that after accusing such ‘high-powered people’ of rape, Feldman has not been found dead in the Bronx River.

Feldman premiered his documentary ‘(My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys’ this week, however, a week before the release he went to Williams’ TV show where he publicly named the accused for the first time.

After the documentary released, Williams gave her opinion about it on her show, saying: “Back to Corey Feldman. Corey, you know I love you, we’ve known each other for a long time but you knew that this was never going to happen, or at least I did. While you were here sitting on the couch, there were a few things you said that I’m looking at real crookedly, like number one that you will act again. No, you won’t.”

The 55-year-old media personality went on to say that since Feldman’s film ‘(My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys’ has made such sensational declarations, it might affect the actor’s acting career as well. “People aren’t hiring Corey Feldman, you know what I’m saying? He’s a lovely man but he’s part of a movement that is so necessary, you know [against] molesting and raping children. It’s so necessary.”

“How about you go home, sit down, and be glad you aren’t dead in the Bronx River for talking about such high-powered people in such a way, you know?” she added.

In his documentary, Feldman has accused the popular Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen of sodomizing Haim on the sets of ‘Lucas’. However, Sheen has denied all the allegations terming them as “sick, twisted and outlandish”.

The ‘Wall Street’ actor urged everyone “to consider the source and read what [Haim’s] mother Judy Haim has to say.” Haim’s mother, Judy, had earlier said, “My son never mentioned Charlie. We never talked about Charlie. It was all made up. If my son was here to hear all of this he would throw up.”

SOURCE: MEAWW