Corey Feldman Defended Michael Jackson While Speaking Out About “Leaving Neverland”

March 5, 2019 / Posted by:

Corey Feldman has been outspoken about pedophiles in Hollywood for some time now. He’s been talking about exposing the grossness behind the scenes forever, but after the airing of Leaving Neverland–the two-part HBO documentary focusing on child abuse accusations from two of Michael Jackson‘s accusers–Corey has come out squarely on the side of the alleged abuser. I guess Corey doesn’t want us disliking the man he’s modeled his entire aesthetic after. That’s right, Corey Feldman wants us exposing the Hollywood pedos, but he’s claiming Michael ain’t one of ’em.

Corey went back and listened to his 1993 tape where he named pedos and I guess Michael’s name was not on it, because Deadline is reporting that Corey Feldman is pissed. Corey was friends with Michael Jackson at the time of the alleged abuse against Wade Robson and James Safechuck, and he is ready to defend him until the end with his first-hand knowledge.

The documentary follows Wade and James as they claim that Michael groomed them and abused them starting at ages 7 and 10 years old. They said they regularly talked to him on the phone like how you would when you start “dating” someone, and they spent plenty of time at Michael’s creepy forever-young Neverland Ranch.

Corey has been there done that, and he’s claiming that having phone conversations with an adult man while you’re a child, and spending endless amounts of alone time at the huge empty mansion of that same adult man, is harmless. He set his record straight on Twitter:

God after reading Corey Feldman’s Tweets: “Leave me out of this, sis.”

This will tickle the Jackson estate pink, as they’ve been suing HBO for Leaving Neverland and now have a star witness with alleged tape evidence. I mean you’re going up against Oprah-fucking-Winfrey, but at least you have Corey Feldman in your corner, right?

Good thing Corey has already closed his funding campaign for that Pedophiles Of Hollywood movie he was trying to raise money for. I feel like after this Twitter defense he may have had a harder time getting backers.

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