Corey Feldman Says Charlie Sheen Raped Corey Haim Using Crisco Oil, Gets Hacked by Wolfpack

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 10, 2020

Former child actor Corey Feldman has finally produced a movie accusing a bunch of people in Hollywood of being homosexual rapists.

He was supposed to stream it on Monday, but it didn’t work because he was hacked by the Wolfpack.

This is such a bizarre tale.

The Wrap:

The premiere of Corey Feldman’s purported exposé of sexual predators in Hollywood, “(My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys,” was beset with problems on Monday, with the live screening delayed twice and the planned simultaneous online stream canceled outright after the site crashed, which Feldman blamed on “hackers.”

Scheduled to start at 8:00 p.m., the screening was delayed at almost the exact moment it was supposed to begin when the site crashed. Viewers who paid $20 to stream the video received either an error message when they logged in or they were logged back out and forced into an ongoing login-logout-login cycle that never resolved itself.

Inside the Directors Guild Theater where the live screening was hosted, the audience was told that Feldman and his team needed until 8:15 p.m. to resolve the website issues. The film duly began for the theater audience at that time but stopped after just 10 minutes, well before any accusations were made, because the website remained down.

While his team appeared to be trying to fix the problem, Feldman asked the audience if they wanted to continue regardless of the website status. The audience voted to keep going but the delay continued as Feldman addressed the crowd, blaming the website issues on “the wolfpack,” the name he uses for an as-yet unverified group that he claims stabbed him in 2018.

In fact, last week Feldman said he and his family fled their home after finding what he claimed were “Wolfpack”-related materials at his house.

For the DGA Theater audience, the film resumed shortly after 9:00 p.m., but anyone expecting new accusations was likely disappointed. The film focuses primarily on allegations against actor Charlie Sheen, former nightclub owner Alphy Hoffman, and actor Jon Grissom; in 2017, Feldman accused Hoffman and Grissom of abusing him when he was a young actor, and in 2018, he accused Sheen of raping Corey Haim when Haim was 13.

Sheen has previously denied the accusation and Haim’s mother has said she does not believe Sheen molested her son. A representative for Sheen did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheWrap.

The thing about sodomy is that you cannot do it without some kind of lubricant.

Charlie Sheen is very creative.

He made this big thing that he was going to give a list of “big names,” but the only names he listed were Charlie Sheen (who he had already accused) and Joe.

I don’t really have any reason to believe this story of Charlie Sheen raping Corey Haim with Crisco oil.

I do believe that Hollywood does all sorts of gay things with young boys. The Jew X-Men director Bryan Singer was caught doing man-on-man anal with boys as young as 14.

But Corey Feldman is Jewish, and he’s clearly grifting. He just makes stuff up. Imagine charging people $20 to watch a livestream of you accusing people of being pedophiles.

It’s all just bizarre and dumb.

This is similar to the story of Isaac Kappy, another Jew who made claims about Hollywood pedophiles. He was a total kook and ended up killing himself. I see people arguing that he was legit and actually didn’t kill himself but was murdered by the pedophiles, and honestly people saying that come across as unhinged.

Obviously, a lot of conspiracy content is fake and put out there to cover up other stuff. Also, there is such a thing as being insane, and insane people attach themselves to fringe theories.

It appears that this stupid stuff is put out there to make the whole concept of Hollywood pedophilia look stupid.

Will the people who paid get their $20 back?


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