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Coreyography: Corey Feldman On Growing Up One Step Down From Slavery

by | 23rd, October 2013


IN  Coreyography , former child star Corey Feldman tells of his life. Parts of it sound awful. Although, as he said:

“I had a terrible childhood. I can only compare it to someone born in Ethiopia, or Iraq, or who is born into slavery, or gang life. Well I haven’t lived through that, but the next step down.”

We’ve picked out a few passages of the actor who starred in  Stand By Me, The Lost Boys, Gremlins and The Goonies .

 On fellow actor Corey Haim (as 14-years-olds, they appeared in The Lost Boys):


on the set of the 1986 film Lucas, “an adult male convinced him that it was perfectly normal for older men and younger boys in the business to have sexual relations, that it was what all the guys do. So they walked off to a secluded area between two trailers … and Haim allowed himself to be sodomised.”

On his mother Sheila, who dyed his hair. He was four:

“You were supposed to be blonde.”

He sneaked two cookies when he was 5. The former Playboy model went for him:

“You have no right to disrespect me like this . . . you ungrateful s***… Do you realise that most women would die to look like this after two kids? Look at these t***s.”

She relied on him for money. When he misbehaved on set:

“‘How could you f***ing do this to me?’ You know I need this f***ing money. I will kill you. I will f****ing kill you, you worthless piece of s***.”

He says

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