Corey Feldman posted a video detailing his New Truth Documentary that will reveal the Hollywood "Wolf Pack" at the heart of a death plot, while finally exposing Corey Haim's true rapist. Feldman has not started a new campaign. Instead, his Truth Campaign is still accepting donations with a changed mission that will grant Feldman and his family the protection they need to properly make a documentary for as cheap as possible. Corey Feldman and his wife, Courtney Anne Mitchell, appear in the new video, pleading with fans to help him bring justice to light.

The video begins with Corey Feldman going into further detail about the stabbing incident from last week. The actor is under the impression that he could have been injected with some type of slow acting poison and showed off his paperwork from the hospital visit. Feldman and his wife are visibly shaken in the video and are asking for more money to provide them with 24/7 protection to make the movie, while also announcing that he will expose Corey Haim's rapist in said documentary.

There has been a lot of talk about Corey Haim's rapist over the past few months with plenty of denials and legal action. The National Inquire made headlines when they accused Charlie Sheen of being Haim's rapist, taking advantage of the young star on the set of Lucas. Sheen shot back with a defamation lawsuit against the tabloid magazine, claiming the accusations were not true. Two weeks ago, it was quietly revealed that the two parties had reached a settlement out of court and will not be going to trial. It was dismissed without prejudice, which means it can't be retried. While a deal was struck, no money is said to have exchanged hands between the two parties. Both sides were said to be satisfied with the terms. Sheen later released this statement through his attorney.

"In my nearly 35 years as a celebrated entertainer, I have been nothing shy of a forthright, noble and valiant courier of the truth. Consistently admitting and owning a laundry list of shortcomings, wrongdoings and indiscretions this traveler hath traveled, however, every man has a breaking point. These radically groundless and unfounded allegations end now. I now take a passionate stand against those who wish to even entertain the sick and twisted lies against me. GAME OVER."

Corey Feldman believes that his attack last week by the Hollywood "Wolf Pack" is all connected to the underground pedophilia ring in the entertainment industry. The actor alleges that he and his wife have been threatened by the "Wolf Pack" numerous times over the last several months, which is why they reopened the Truth Campaign on GoFundMe. Feldman hopes to have enough funds to start the project soon and make a documentary film that will outline the scope of the recent attacks and the suffering he and his family have endured.

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Many have been skeptical of Corey Feldman's motives since he started his Truth Campaign late last year, and he and his wife are fully aware. The new video features the two of them going out of their way to provide proof of the attack last week as well as detailing why they need the money. Luckily for Feldman, he has a legion of fans that have come out since last night to start to donate more money to his cause. Hopefully his documentary will finally give everyone the closure that they deserve.

Corey Feldman has been an outspoken advocate for children's rights in Hollywood, and his intentions seem genuine. There's been some new donations for the Truth Campaign over the last 24 hours, which should help Feldman get the new documentary moving in the right direction. As for other Corey Feldman news, the actor will be seen on the big screen in Corbin Nash, which hits theaters on April 20th. Feldman is playing a crossdressing vampire and it looks like a lot of fun, as opposed to getting stabbed in real-life. You can check out the latest update on the Truth Campaign below. The original video has mysteriously disappeared from the Corey Feldman YouTube channel, but we were still able to find a copy of it.

Kevin Burwick