(N.Morgan) The Pandora’s Box has been opened to the seedy and disgusting world known as Hollywood, filled with vile tales of sexual abuse, child molestation, and cover-ups.
With the expose’ of Harvey Weinstein’s casting couch escapades by Ronan Farrow, an avalanche of information is pouring forth from victims of this heinous, unspoken and accepted abuse.
Actor Corey Feldman has spent many years speaking out about the epidemic of Hollywood’s powerful elite using their influence to sexually abuse young actors trying to make it in show business.
In a clip from a 2013 episode of The View that’s re-emerging in light of the revelations concerning disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein’s alleged 30-year reign of sexual harassment and abuse, the 1980s child star can be seen telling the hosts what Hollywood is really like for young performers:
Corey Feldman- Hollywood Pedophilia
The clip begins as a defensive Feldman tells the hosts that, “There are people that were the people that did this to both me and Corey that are still working, they’re still out there, and that are some of the richest most powerful people in this business. And they do not want me saying what I am saying right now.”
What he is saying, or at least trying to explain, to Barbara Walters is that he and his best friend Corey Haim, another famous ’80s child star, were both sexually abused by powerful men in Hollywood. Feldman believes that the abuse was a factor in Haim’s drug addiction and untimely death in 2010.
But Walter’s didn’t want to hear it. She responds, “Are you saying they are pedophiles and that they are still in this business,” to which Feldman nods and says, “Yes.”
Feldman adds, “They don’t want me here right now. They want me dead.”
Walters blows off that statement as exaggeration, turning away from Feldman to her co-host and anti-vaxxer Jenny McCarthy.
After Feldman advises parents who want to put their children in show business to not go into it with naivety, Walters, with clear disdain in her voice, cuts him off by saying, “You’re damaging an entire industry!”
In the video below, Corey Feldman goes into more detail about the rampid abuse that plagues Hollywood and how the entire Hollywood set knows about these crimes taking place and are complict is covering them up.
Corey Feldman: Pedophilia Is Hollywood’s Biggest Problem
Now that Harvey Weinstein’s alleged abuses are being made public, one has to wonder who is next?
Is this the beginning of the downward spiral of the Hollywood elite? Who else will be exposed as a sexual predator?
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Rose McGowan was one of the first people to make bold public statements and gestures regarding the brutal misogyny in the film industry.
Her frustration, anger, and disbelief moved her to do what so many other women in entertainment have not done.
McGowan spoke out.
She still speaks out.
She names names, identifies who did what, and publicizes the negative consequences of their actions.
Rose McGowan has been holding the torch for women in Hollywood for years; sure, she’s an activist and a thorn in some people’s sides, but why go after her now?
Hollywood’s ‘Culture of Systematic Sexual Abuse’-Black Soul’- DOJ Should Probe
The Hollywood A Listers have a long history of praising and covering for rapists and pedophiles, one extreme case is that of Roman Polanski.
In March 1977, film director Roman Polanski was arrested and charged in Los Angeles with five offenses against Samantha Gailey, a 13-year-old girl – rape by use of drugs, perversion, sodomy, lewd and lascivious act upon a child under 14, and furnishing a controlled substance to a minor.
At his arraignment Polanski pleaded not guilty to all charges, but later accepted a plea bargain whose terms included dismissal of the five initial charges in exchange for a guilty plea to the lesser charge of engaging in unlawful sexual intercourse.
Polanski underwent a court-ordered psychiatric evaluation, and a report was submitted to the court recommending probation. However, upon learning that he was likely to face imprisonment and deportation, Polanski fled to France in February 1978, hours before he was to be formally sentenced.Since then Polanski has mostly lived in France and has avoided visiting countries likely to extradite him to the United States.
Roman Polanski Rape Victim Samantha Geimer Reveals Shocking Tell-All Details
Samantha Geimer has been through a hell of an ordeal for the thirty seven years, and she’s finally come out with a tell-all book telling her side of the story. Geimer was raped by Roman Polanski thirty-seven years ago, although his version of the story is completely different. No matter how you slice it, Samantha was a thirteen year old girl who was taken advantage of by a lecherous older man.
While most of the details of the case are well known, reading them in Samantha’s own words makes it that much more viscerally disturbing. She explains that as soon as she got to the photoshoot, he asked her to take her shirt off — and she writes, “My ticket to stardom showed up again. … Sure the last time was super-uncomfortable, but that was the price of fame.”
Later, they headed to Jack Nicholson’s house and Samantha reveals that Roman first got her drunk on champagne, and then had her take a Quaalude tranquilizer. Basically, he drugged her so that she couldn’t fight back. She reveals that she knew everything was going too far when Roman got into the hot tub with her.
She details the following incident, explaining, “I want out. Now. How f*****g stupid could I be? It’s a hard thought to hold on to. The water is hot, and the steam is rising into the night … I knew this wasn’t right … He pulls me a little closer by the waist and helps hold me up a little and moves me above one of the jets so I can feel the bubble tickling up between my legs.
There’s nothing good about it, but I know what he’s getting at. Then everything hits at once. The steam, the heat, the alcohol, the pill and the panic. Have you ever been touched in a way that made you want to jump right out of your skin? This man had a reputation as a great lover. The problem is, he was not my great lover. I could have been any girl, as long as I was female and as long as I was young.”
She reveals that Roman refused to listen to her refusals and started kissing her and performing oral sex, and eventually, she just gave up and her mind went ‘far away’.
Roman Polanski should be arrested and thrown in jail for this, but he’s managed to stay in countries without extradition policies to the US. It’s unfortunate that the international legal system essentially lets him get away with rape, but what can you do? I wish someone had the guys to drag him back here on his hands and knees, but I don’t see that happening any time soon — especially with the astonishing amount of support he seems to have in Hollywood.
Roman Polanski winning the Oscar for Directing
Roman Polanski winning the Oscar for Directing “The Pianist” at the 75th Academy Awards® in 2003.
The Elite’s masks have fallen off and we now see the true evil and monsterous creatures beneath the facade of glitz and galmour.
What happens now? Will there be a flood of indictments and arrests?
Will this ultimate pedophile ring finally be disbanded and prosecuted?
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