One Of Corey Haim’s Supposed Friends Has Named Charlie Sheen As His Rapist

November 8, 2017 / Posted by:

For as long as I can remember (which isn’t saying much since the mound of dried dildo dust I call a brain barely remembers what I had for breakfast), there’s been stories on the internet about how Charlie Sheen raped Corey Haim on the set of Lucas. Last year, Radar said that they knew of an A-list superstar actor who was the king of a pedo ring and sexually abused many boys including Corey Haim. Radar wouldn’t name the pedo king, but many guessed their story was about Charlie Sheen. Cut to today, when one of Corey Haim’s friends has ran off to The National Enquirer to say that a 19-year-old Charlie raped Corey when he was just 13 years old. I guess that might be one more name that Corey Feldman doesn’t have to name anymore.

Stories like this make me wish that surgeons would do a procedure where they’d drill an easy-access hole into your skull. That way it’d be so much easier to pour a mixture of bleach, ammonia and Fabuloso directly onto my brain after reading disturbing shit like this. Pouring into my ear hole is so messy!

Dominick Brascia (I’ll get to his past in a minute), tells The National Enquirer that Corey told him about the abuse that went down during the filming of 1986’s Lucas. According to Dominick, Corey said that while working on the movie, he smoked weed with and “had sex” with Charlie. Charlie was cold to him afterward. Corey tried to hook up with Charlie again, but Charlie wasn’t interested. Corey also told Dominick that he and Charlie had sex again when he was in his 20s.

“Haim told me he had sex with Sheen again. He claimed he didn’t like it and was finally over Sheen. He said Charlie was a loser.”

The reporters at The National Enquirer are regular journalists from Spotlight, because they say they talked to 100 sources, including dozens who also claim that Corey named Charlie as his rapist. The sources also say that Corey Haim wasn’t the only boy on the set of Lucas who Charlie went after. He also abused several others, according to them.

A source close to Charlie said that he admitted that the story was true, but that he didn’t rape Corey. It was consensual. Corey Feldman wrote about this in his memoirs. Corey F wrote that an “adult male” who Corey H met on the set of Lucas pretty much groomed him and made him think that what was going on was normal.

At some point during the filming, [Haim] explained an adult male convinced him it was perfectly normal for older men and younger boys in the business to have sexual relations, that it was ‘what all guys do.’ So they walked off to a secluded area between two trailers during a lunch break for the cast and crew, and Haim, innocent and ambitious as he was, allowed himself to be sodomized.

Charlie’s possibly pedo ways came up during his triple train wreck of a divorce from Denise Richards. Denise stated in court declarations that Charlie was a member of really disturbing porn sites where the young men and women involved did not look like adults. She basically accused Charlie of being the Subway Jared of his time.

Charlie hasn’t commented on Dominick’s claims yet.

As for Dominick Brascia, his name has held a place in my Possibly Trash file since last year when one of Corey Haim’s friends, Greg Harrison, called him out as a possible pedophile. Gregory wrote a Facebook post, claiming that Corey’s mom, Judy Haim, caught Dominick with her son and chased him off with a pool cue. Gregory also wrote that Corey Feldman is the one who introduced Dominick to Corey Haim.

Dominick denied Gregory’s tale of gross at the time, and he also denied it to The National Enquirer.

So let’s see, an alleged pedo who was accused of abusing Corey Haim is accusing another alleged pedo of doing the same? And he probably collected a check from The National Enquirer for doing so? Corey Haim didn’t stand a chance, and he’s probably up in heaven waiting to pour gasoline all over Hollywood before throwing down a match. And it’s probably extra windy in Hollywood today from Kevin Spacey repeatedly breathing out sighs of relief over the fact that this story of alleged teen boy abuse doesn’t involve him.

Pic: 20th Century Fox

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