Corey Feldman Called The Police, Claiming The Wolf Pack Left Him A Menacing Threat 

March 5, 2020 / Posted by:

Corey Feldman claims that he has been the victim of a threatening act of intimidation. Corey, who plans on naming the names of his and Corey Haim’s childhood abusers in his documentary My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys, called the police after someone left a 2020 calendar on his doorstep in what he claims to be a deadly message. It seems the Wolf Pack has struck again.

TMZ says that Corey called police after getting home from a night out. It was there Corey discovered someone had left a calendar on his doorstep, one featuring three wolves and the words: “Wolf Pack”. Corey tweeted how shaken and disturbed he was saying he wanted us to know about the situation in “REAL TIME”–swearing that this “IS NOT A JOKE”. His all-caps message was:

Corey has claimed in the past that this Wolf Pack (not Leonardo DiCaprio’s) has come for him in the past. Corey believes the Wolf Pack is a group that is trying to silence him from exposing the pedophiles of  Hollywood. Remember when he was stabbed back in 2018? Corey went to the hospital after someone came up to him and made a “jabbing motion.” Corey went to the hospital, and no laceration marks were found. Corey claimed at the time that the LAPD was investigating.

After Corey called the police over the wolf calendar, he tweeted proof that he filed a report. He also reminded people to support his documentary, which is coming out in four days. The insinuation seems to be that the Wolf Pack wants to keep him quiet and stop the release.

TMZ claims they were unable to confirm a police report was filed.

And note to everyone: Don’t wear the iconic Three Wolf Moon t-shirt around Corey Feldman.



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