Charlie Sheen Denies Corey Feldman’s Claims He Hurt Corey Haim

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As we reported this week, Corey Feldman’s new documentary, “(My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys” contains claims against big Hollywood names, one being Charlie Sheen, 54.

Corey Feldman is now 48. In 2010, Corey Haim passed away from pneumonia and drug abuse complications at the age of 38.

Corey Feldman has long claimed that he and Corey Haim, who were child stars of the eighties, experienced undue sexual abuse at the hands of powerful men in Hollywood.

In the new documentary, Corey Feldman accuses Charlie Sheen of sexually assaulting the late Corey Haim on the set of “Lucas” in the eighties.

‘Lucas’ Assault Allegations Against Charlie Sheen

At the time of filming the 1986 movie “Lucas,” Charlie Sheen was 19 and Corey Haim was 13.

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Corey Feldman wrote in his 2011 book that his friend and fellow actor, Corey Haim, told him that he “had been tricked into engaging in a painful session of [fornication] by a man on the movie set. The man told Haim that [fornication] between men and boys was normal in Hollywood, saying that ‘all the guys in the entertainment world do it.'”

It wasn’t until 2017 that another party said Sheen was the man in question. Sheen denied the claims at the time, and he is doing so again now that the allegations have resurfaced.

Charlie Sheen Denies Corey Haim Allegations

Charlie Sheen told HuffPost, “These sick, twisted and outlandish allegations never occurred…consider the source and read what [Haim’s] mother Judy Haim has to say.”

Judy Haim has gone public about the fact that she does not believe her son Corey was assaulted. “My son never mentioned Charlie. We never talked about Charlie. It was all made up,” she said. “If my son was here to hear all of this he would throw up.”

Charlie Sheen is no stranger to public shame. He has admitted to needing lawyer advice and drug treatment programs at multiple points in his career. Recently he detoxed from alcohol and has been sober for over a year. He told USA Today’s Hannah Yasharoff in April 2019,

“It feels awful. I can’t sit here and lie to you. Some of it is very surreal. To this day, I’m not sure how I created such chaos and wound up in that head space. It’s as though there was some alien or demonic possession going on… I wish I could make a lot of it go away, but they wouldn’t call it the past if it wasn’t.”