‘Nobody should live their lives in fear’: Corey Feldman delivers tweetstorm claiming he has plan to bring abusers to justice in wake of Weinstein scandal

Saturday, October 21, 2017
By Paul Martin

DAILYMAIL.COM
21 October 2017

Harvey Weinstein’s downfall has sparked a new call for justice from Corey Feldman.

The actor, 46, who became famous for his roles in classic films like Stand By Me and The Goonies, took to Twitter on Thursday night to share a very lengthy message-spanning seven tweets-regarding his own experiences of abuse.
‘4 THE RECORD: I WILL NOT B GOING ON A TALK SHOW 2 DISCLOSE NAMES OF MY ABUSER OR ANY1 ELSES ABUSERS. SO PLEASE STOP ASKING ME 2 DO SO,’ posted the aspiring musician.

He then went on to explain that going public with his alleged abusers at this stage would be a fruitless endeavor, and may endanger his family.

The Hollywood vet then added that the latest round of allegations involving Weinstein’s alleged sexual assaults has motivated him to resurrect his campaign against the paedophile ring he says abused him as a young child.

‘THAT SAID I AM WORKING ON A PLAN THAT MAY B A WAY FORWARD 2 SHED SOME LITE ON THIS SITUATION! IF I CAN FIGURE OUT A WAY 2 GET ACTUAL JUSTICE,’ he revealed, before adding ‘NOBODY SHOULD LIV THEIR LIVES IN FEAR EXCEPT THOSE WHO COMMITTED THESE HEINOUS CRIMES IN THE 1ST PLACE! I HAV FAITH GOD WILL C THIS THRU!’

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