Corey Feldman vindicated! Tapes given to police in 1993 found

Corey Feldman

Corey Feldman has been ahead of the #MeToo movement for a long time.

Corey Feldman said that he gave the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office names of abusers back in 1993, but they said he didn’t.  Today it was announced that these missing tapes of that interview had been found.

Feldman has been telling the truth the whole time.

Fox News reported this important finding on Tuesday, Dec. 5 with Kelly Hoover, SBCSO Public Information Officer.

“In a container which included the original reports from the investigation, the Sheriff’s Office located some detective working copies of audio recordings made during the investigation. A copy of Mr. Feldman’s interview was located.” Hoover added, “Due to the fact that this case involves the alleged sexual abuse of a child, we are unable to comment further and any documentation or evidence related to this case is exempt from release.”

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Feldman said he talked about the sexual predators when he was questioned about the late Michael Jackson, who Feldman still insists was not a pedophile. While going through the boxes regarding Michael Jackson, they found the tapes and will turn them over to the Los Angeles Police Department.

Feldman, known most for his work in The Goonies, Stand By Me and The Lost Boys is trying to raise $10 million to make a film about the sexual misconduct in Hollywood.

Corey Feldman will likely have a lot more to say about this in the days and weeks to come.  TheCelebrityCafe.com will keep you up to speed.

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Michelle Tompkins

Michelle Tompkins is an award-winning media, PR and crisis communications professional with more than ten years experience with coverage in virtually every traditional and new media outlet. She is currently a communications and media strategist and writer, as well as the author of College Prowler: Guidebook for Columbia University. She served as the Media Relations Manager for the Girl Scouts of the USA where she managed all media and talking points, created social media strategy, trained executives and donors and served as the organization’s primary spokesperson, participating in daily interviews with local, regional, and national media outlets. She managed the media for the Let Me Know internet safety and Cyberbullying prevention campaign with Microsoft, as well as Girl Scouts’ centennial Year of the Girl To Get Her There celebration in 2012, which yielded more than 800 million earned media impressions. In addition to her extensive media experience, Michelle worked as a talent agent in Los Angeles, California, as well contracting as a digital content developer and her writing has appeared in newspapers and online. She is passionate about television, theater, classic movies, all things food and in-home entertaining. While she has lived and worked in NYC for more than a decade, she is from suburban Sacramento and gets back there often to watch the San Francisco Giants on TV with her family.