Mystery Sexual Abuser of Corey Haim in 1986 Alleged to be Charlie Sheen
Reports surfaced Tuesday that late child actor Corey Haim was sodomized on the set of ‘Lucas’ by his costar Charlie Sheen in 1986.
The allegations seemed to be the answer to the long awaited mystery in which Corey Feldman, Haims’ former costar and lifelong friend, stated in a 2013 memoir titled ‘Coreyography’ that the sexual abuse Corey Haim experienced during the filming of Lucas was committed by one of the adult men on the set of the film.
According to Feldman, the man convinced Haim that it was “normal for older men and younger boys in the business to have sexual relations.” Haim and the man walked off and went between two trailers on the set and Haim was sodomized by him. Feldman also says the man who did this is still alive and is one of the most successful people in the industry.
Feldman has not been asked about the recent accusations against Sheen but ambiguously alluded to his behavior in 2011 with the Enquirer. When Feldman was asked about Sheen he said: “I’m not a huge fan of Charlie Sheen…especially the way he’s affected other people that I know.”
Before Haim died in 2010 from complications due to pneumonia, and a lifelong battle with substance abuse, former actor Dominick Brascia recounted Haim’s explanation to him of the incident with Sheen on the set of Lucas.
“Haim told me he had sex with Sheen again,” Brascia told The National Enquirer, adding “He claimed he didn’t like it and was finally over Sheen. He said Charlie was a loser.”
Charlie Sheen’s PR team responded to the Hollywood Reporter saying “Charlie Sheen categorically denies these allegations.”
Feldman’s recent case into pedophelia in Hollywood with the LAPD was just recently closed citing ‘a lack of evidence.’ Feldman is currently improving on a funded project called “Truth Campaign” to produce a documentary exposing the horrors of sexual abuse and child molestation in Hollywood.
Feldman has raised closed to $200,000. The project has received a lot of support following the accusations against Harvey Weinstein, James Toback, and Kevin Spacey and a more open environment for employees to come forward with incidents of abuse.