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Corey Feldman, a big star we were just talking about, a teen icon actually back to the 80’s, now there’re revealing the dark side of growing up in Hollywood. He has had very public struggles and he discusses it all, words it all in a new memoir called ‘Coreyography’. ABC’s Bianna Golodryga brings us the details.

From ‘Gremlines’ to ‘Stand By Me’ to ‘The Goonies’, he was quite literally the teenage loudmouth who’s still in center stage in some of those memorable movies of the 80’s. But now, in his new tell-all autobiography ‘Coreyography’, Corey Feldman reveals that he’s secretly battled many personal demons, which led to years of drug and alcohol abuse starting at the age of 14.


‘That was the guy who I had hanging up posters in my wall.’ ‘Thanks.’ ‘You don’t necessarily see the coolest guy..’ ‘I’m very self-critical; I can’t help it.’


Parts of that self-criticism comes from his tumultuous relationship with his parents.


‘How much pressure was it to be the bread winner?’ ‘There was nobody else to bringing the family income. The bottom line is this-children should not be part of the work force.’


Despite his negative views about child stars, when pressed, Feldman admits that not all of his Hollywood memories were bad ones.
‘Gremlines was the most fun. I mean I really had a great time in there.’


In fact, he was on the set of ‘The Goonies’ where he met his idol and future friend, the king of pop, and he believes there’s more to the stories behind Michael Jackson’s death.


‘I think Michael was much more involved with himself, and I don’t mean an accidental drug overdose.’ ‘Do you think he wanted to die?’ ‘This is it, it’s all I’m gonna say, this is it, this is it!’


Feldman said it was the lost of his best friend, and fellow child star Corey Haim in2010 that finally drove him to write the book. He attributes his untimely death to what he calls ‘Hollywood’s biggest secret’.


‘You said the one problem in Hollywood was, is, and always will be the pedophilia.’ ‘Here’s the part that really gets me. I gave the police the names of my predators. Did any of those men get investigated? No. All they wanted to hear was one name-Michael Jackson. And guess what, when I told them over and over and over Michael Jackson did nothing to me, but this guy did, but this guy did.’ ‘They didn’t even investigate?’ ‘Never investigated, never investigated. / Those men are walking free today.’


A clean and sober Feldman has turned his life around. But his ultimate pride and joy is his 9-year-old son Zen. For good morning, America, Bianna Golodryga, ABS News, New York.

Um, thank you Bianna again, a very public struggle from Corey Feldman, we wish him and his son the very best. It’s something that many people will go through
Corey Feldman, a big star we were just talking about, a teen icon actually back to the 80’s, now there’re revealing the dark side of growing up in Hollywood. He has had very public struggles and he discusses it all, words it all in a new memoir called ‘Coreyography’. ABC’s Bianna Golodryga brings us the details.

From ‘Gremlines’ to ‘Stand By Me’ to ‘The Goonies’, he was quite literally the teenage loudmouth who’s still in center stage in some of those memorable movies of the 80’s. But now, in his new tell-all autobiography ‘Coreyography’, Corey Feldman reveals that he’s secretly battled many personal demons, which led to years of drug and alcohol abuse starting at the age of 14.


‘That was the guy who I had hanging up posters in my wall.’ ‘Thanks.’ ‘You don’t necessarily see the coolest guy..’ ‘I’m very self-critical; I can’t help it.’


Parts of that self-criticism comes from his tumultuous relationship with his parents.


‘How much pressure was it to be the bread winner?’ ‘There was nobody else to bringing the family income. The bottom line is this-children should not be part of the work force.’


Despite his negative views about child stars, when pressed, Feldman admits that not all of his Hollywood memories were bad ones.
‘Gremlines was the most fun. I mean I really had a great time in there.’


In fact, he was on the set of ‘The Goonies’ where he met his idol and future friend, the king of pop, and he believes there’s more to the stories behind Michael Jackson’s death.


‘I think Michael was much more involved with himself, and I don’t mean an accidental drug overdose.’ ‘Do you think he wanted to die?’ ‘This is it, it’s all I’m gonna say, this is it, this is it!’


Feldman said it was the lost of his best friend, and fellow child star Corey Haim in2010 that finally drove him to write the book. He attributes his untimely death to what he calls ‘Hollywood’s biggest secret’.


‘You said the one problem in Hollywood was, is, and always will be the pedophilia.’ ‘Here’s the part that really gets me. I gave the police the names of my predators. Did any of those men get investigated? No. All they wanted to hear was one name-Michael Jackson. And guess what, when I told them over and over and over Michael Jackson did nothing to me, but this guy did, but this guy did.’ ‘They didn’t even investigate?’ ‘Never investigated, never investigated. / Those men are walking free today.’


A clean and sober Feldman has turned his life around. But his ultimate pride and joy is his 9-year-old son Zen. For good morning, America, Bianna Golodryga, ABS News, New York.

Um, thank you Bianna again, a very public struggle from Corey Feldman, we wish him and his son the very best. It’s something that many people will go through
Corey Feldman, a big star we were just talking about, a teen icon actually back to the 80’s, now there’re revealing the dark side of growing up in Hollywood. He has had very public struggles and he discusses it all, words it all in a new memoir called ‘Coreyography’. ABC’s Bianna Golodryga brings us the details.

From ‘Gremlines’ to ‘Stand By Me’ to ‘The Goonies’, he was quite literally the teenage loudmouth who’s still in center stage in some of those memorable movies of the 80’s. But now, in his new tell-all autobiography ‘Coreyography’, Corey Feldman reveals that he’s secretly battled many personal demons, which led to years of drug and alcohol abuse starting at the age of 14.


‘That was the guy who I had hanging up posters in my wall.’ ‘Thanks.’ ‘You don’t necessarily see the coolest guy..’ ‘I’m very self-critical; I can’t help it.’


Parts of that self-criticism comes from his tumultuous relationship with his parents.


‘How much pressure was it to be the bread winner?’ ‘There was nobody else to bringing the family income. The bottom line is this-children should not be part of the work force.’


Despite his negative views about child stars, when pressed, Feldman admits that not all of his Hollywood memories were bad ones.
‘Gremlines was the most fun. I mean I really had a great time in there.’


In fact, he was on the set of ‘The Goonies’ where he met his idol and future friend, the king of pop, and he believes there’s more to the stories behind Michael Jackson’s death.


‘I think Michael was much more involved with himself, and I don’t mean an accidental drug overdose.’ ‘Do you think he wanted to die?’ ‘This is it, it’s all I’m gonna say, this is it, this is it!’


Feldman said it was the lost of his best friend, and fellow child star Corey Haim in2010 that finally drove him to write the book. He attributes his untimely death to what he calls ‘Hollywood’s biggest secret’.


‘You said the one problem in Hollywood was, is, and always will be the pedophilia.’ ‘Here’s the part that really gets me. I gave the police the names of my predators. Did any of those men get investigated? No. All they wanted to hear was one name-Michael Jackson. And guess what, when I told them over and over and over Michael Jackson did nothing to me, but this guy did, but this guy did.’ ‘They didn’t even investigate?’ ‘Never investigated, never investigated. / Those men are walking free today.’


A clean and sober Feldman has turned his life around. But his ultimate pride and joy is his 9-year-old son Zen. For good morning, America, Bianna Golodryga, ABS News, New York.

Um, thank you Bianna again, a very public struggle from Corey Feldman, we wish him and his son the very best. It’s something that many people will go through
Corey Feldman, a big star we were just talking about, a teen icon actually back to the 80’s, now there’re revealing the dark side of growing up in Hollywood. He has had very public struggles and he discusses it all, words it all in a new memoir called ‘Coreyography’. ABC’s Bianna Golodryga brings us the details.

From ‘Gremlines’ to ‘Stand By Me’ to ‘The Goonies’, he was quite literally the teenage loudmouth who’s still in center stage in some of those memorable movies of the 80’s. But now, in his new tell-all autobiography ‘Coreyography’, Corey Feldman reveals that he’s secretly battled many personal demons, which led to years of drug and alcohol abuse starting at the age of 14.


‘That was the guy who I had hanging up posters in my wall.’ ‘Thanks.’ ‘You don’t necessarily see the coolest guy..’ ‘I’m very self-critical; I can’t help it.’


Parts of that self-criticism comes from his tumultuous relationship with his parents.


‘How much pressure was it to be the bread winner?’ ‘There was nobody else to bringing the family income. The bottom line is this-children should not be part of the work force.’


Despite his negative views about child stars, when pressed, Feldman admits that not all of his Hollywood memories were bad ones.
‘Gremlines was the most fun. I mean I really had a great time in there.’


In fact, he was on the set of ‘The Goonies’ where he met his idol and future friend, the king of pop, and he believes there’s more to the stories behind Michael Jackson’s death.


‘I think Michael was much more involved with himself, and I don’t mean an accidental drug overdose.’ ‘Do you think he wanted to die?’ ‘This is it, it’s all I’m gonna say, this is it, this is it!’


Feldman said it was the lost of his best friend, and fellow child star Corey Haim in2010 that finally drove him to write the book. He attributes his untimely death to what he calls ‘Hollywood’s biggest secret’.


‘You said the one problem in Hollywood was, is, and always will be the pedophilia.’ ‘Here’s the part that really gets me. I gave the police the names of my predators. Did any of those men get investigated? No. All they wanted to hear was one name-Michael Jackson. And guess what, when I told them over and over and over Michael Jackson did nothing to me, but this guy did, but this guy did.’ ‘They didn’t even investigate?’ ‘Never investigated, never investigated. / Those men are walking free today.’


A clean and sober Feldman has turned his life around. But his ultimate pride and joy is his 9-year-old son Zen. For good morning, America, Bianna Golodryga, ABS News, New York.

Um, thank you Bianna again, a very public struggle from Corey Feldman, we wish him and his son the very best. It’s something that many people will go through
Corey Feldman, a big star we were just talking about, a teen icon actually back to the 80’s, now there’re revealing the dark side of growing up in Hollywood. He has had very public struggles and he discusses it all, words it all in a new memoir called ‘Coreyography’. ABC’s Bianna Golodryga brings us the details.

From ‘Gremlines’ to ‘Stand By Me’ to ‘The Goonies’, he was quite literally the teenage loudmouth who’s still in center stage in some of those memorable movies of the 80’s. But now, in his new tell-all autobiography ‘Coreyography’, Corey Feldman reveals that he’s secretly battled many personal demons, which led to years of drug and alcohol abuse starting at the age of 14.


‘That was the guy who I had hanging up posters in my wall.’ ‘Thanks.’ ‘You don’t necessarily see the coolest guy..’ ‘I’m very self-critical; I can’t help it.’


Parts of that self-criticism comes from his tumultuous relationship with his parents.


‘How much pressure was it to be the bread winner?’ ‘There was nobody else to bringing the family income. The bottom line is this-children should not be part of the work force.’


Despite his negative views about child stars, when pressed, Feldman admits that not all of his Hollywood memories were bad ones.
‘Gremlines was the most fun. I mean I really had a great time in there.’


In fact, he was on the set of ‘The Goonies’ where he met his idol and future friend, the king of pop, and he believes there’s more to the stories behind Michael Jackson’s death.


‘I think Michael was much more involved with himself, and I don’t mean an accidental drug overdose.’ ‘Do you think he wanted to die?’ ‘This is it, it’s all I’m gonna say, this is it, this is it!’


Feldman said it was the lost of his best friend, and fellow child star Corey Haim in2010 that finally drove him to write the book. He attributes his untimely death to what he calls ‘Hollywood’s biggest secret’.


‘You said the one problem in Hollywood was, is, and always will be the pedophilia.’ ‘Here’s the part that really gets me. I gave the police the names of my predators. Did any of those men get investigated? No. All they wanted to hear was one name-Michael Jackson. And guess what, when I told them over and over and over Michael Jackson did nothing to me, but this guy did, but this guy did.’ ‘They didn’t even investigate?’ ‘Never investigated, never investigated. / Those men are walking free today.’


A clean and sober Feldman has turned his life around. But his ultimate pride and joy is his 9-year-old son Zen. For good morning, America, Bianna Golodryga, ABS News, New York.

Um, thank you Bianna again, a very public struggle from Corey Feldman, we wish him and his son the very best. It’s something that many people will go through
Corey Feldman, a big star we were just talking about, a teen icon actually back to the 80’s, now there’re revealing the dark side of growing up in Hollywood. He has had very public struggles and he discusses it all, words it all in a new memoir called ‘Coreyography’. ABC’s Bianna Golodryga brings us the details.

From ‘Gremlines’ to ‘Stand By Me’ to ‘The Goonies’, he was quite literally the teenage loudmouth who’s still in center stage in some of those memorable movies of the 80’s. But now, in his new tell-all autobiography ‘Coreyography’, Corey Feldman reveals that he’s secretly battled many personal demons, which led to years of drug and alcohol abuse starting at the age of 14.


‘That was the guy who I had hanging up posters in my wall.’ ‘Thanks.’ ‘You don’t necessarily see the coolest guy..’ ‘I’m very self-critical; I can’t help it.’


Parts of that self-criticism comes from his tumultuous relationship with his parents.


‘How much pressure was it to be the bread winner?’ ‘There was nobody else to bringing the family income. The bottom line is this-children should not be part of the work force.’


Despite his negative views about child stars, when pressed, Feldman admits that not all of his Hollywood memories were bad ones.
‘Gremlines was the most fun. I mean I really had a great time in there.’


In fact, he was on the set of ‘The Goonies’ where he met his idol and future friend, the king of pop, and he believes there’s more to the stories behind Michael Jackson’s death.


‘I think Michael was much more involved with himself, and I don’t mean an accidental drug overdose.’ ‘Do you think he wanted to die?’ ‘This is it, it’s all I’m gonna say, this is it, this is it!’


Feldman said it was the lost of his best friend, and fellow child star Corey Haim in2010 that finally drove him to write the book. He attributes his untimely death to what he calls ‘Hollywood’s biggest secret’.


‘You said the one problem in Hollywood was, is, and always will be the pedophilia.’ ‘Here’s the part that really gets me. I gave the police the names of my predators. Did any of those men get investigated? No. All they wanted to hear was one name-Michael Jackson. And guess what, when I told them over and over and over Michael Jackson did nothing to me, but this guy did, but this guy did.’ ‘They didn’t even investigate?’ ‘Never investigated, never investigated. / Those men are walking free today.’


A clean and sober Feldman has turned his life around. But his ultimate pride and joy is his 9-year-old son Zen. For good morning, America, Bianna Golodryga, ABS News, New York.

Um, thank you Bianna again, a very public struggle from Corey Feldman, we wish him and his son the very best. It’s something that many people will go through

Corey Feldman, a big star we were just talking about, a teen icon actually back to the 80’s, now there’re revealing the dark side of growing up in Hollywood. He has had very public struggles and he discusses it all, words it all in a new memoir called ‘Coreyography’. ABC’s Bianna Golodryga brings us the details.

From ‘Gremlines’ to ‘Stand By Me’ to ‘The Goonies’, he was quite literally the teenage loudmouth who’s still in center stage in some of those memorable movies of the 80’s. But now, in his new tell-all autobiography ‘Coreyography’, Corey Feldman reveals that he’s secretly battled many personal demons, which led to years of drug and alcohol abuse starting at the age of 14.


‘That was the guy who I had hanging up posters in my wall.’ ‘Thanks.’ ‘You don’t necessarily see the coolest guy..’ ‘I’m very self-critical; I can’t help it.’


Parts of that self-criticism comes from his tumultuous relationship with his parents.


‘How much pressure was it to be the bread winner?’ ‘There was nobody else to bringing the family income. The bottom line is this-children should not be part of the work force.’


Despite his negative views about child stars, when pressed, Feldman admits that not all of his Hollywood memories were bad ones.
‘Gremlines was the most fun. I mean I really had a great time in there.’


In fact, he was on the set of ‘The Goonies’ where he met his idol and future friend, the king of pop, and he believes there’s more to the stories behind Michael Jackson’s death.


‘I think Michael was much more involved with himself, and I don’t mean an accidental drug overdose.’ ‘Do you think he wanted to die?’ ‘This is it, it’s all I’m gonna say, this is it, this is it!’


Feldman said it was the lost of his best friend, and fellow child star Corey Haim in2010 that finally drove him to write the book. He attributes his untimely death to what he calls ‘Hollywood’s biggest secret’.


‘You said the one problem in Hollywood was, is, and always will be the pedophilia.’ ‘Here’s the part that really gets me. I gave the police the names of my predators. Did any of those men get investigated? No. All they wanted to hear was one name-Michael Jackson. And guess what, when I told them over and over and over Michael Jackson did nothing to me, but this guy did, but this guy did.’ ‘They didn’t even investigate?’ ‘Never investigated, never investigated. / Those men are walking free today.’


A clean and sober Feldman has turned his life around. But his ultimate pride and joy is his 9-year-old son Zen. For good morning, America, Bianna Golodryga, ABS News, New York.

Um, thank you Bianna again, a very public struggle from Corey Feldman, we wish him and his son the very best. It’s something that many people will go through


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