Actor Corey Feldman has revealed the name of another man who allegedly molested him as a child. According to Newsweek, the former child actor affirms that a man named Alphy Hoffman abused him. He revealed the name and confirmed a photo of him on "The Dr. Oz Show."
Feldman explains that Alphy was the son of Bobby Hoffman, a top casting director at a major studio at the time. He would get invited to the Hoffmans' famous parties, and Alphy would personally pick him up in his car.
“I met him when I was 12 years old," said Feldman. "He came to my house to pick me up in his car. I’d heard rumors he threw the coolest parties in town and he was well connected."
Feldman explains that to have the attention of the Hoffmans was a big deal in the '80s and something that benefitted his career.
"My mom ushered me to the car and said, 'Go have fun,'" he said. Feldman explained that the parties were kid-friendly, but there were other pedophiles in attendance, including the man who allegedly abused the late Corey Haim. There were "a bunch of these guys," and there "weren't a lot of parents," he explained.
Feldman says that he gave Alphy Hoffman's name to the Los Angeles Police Department. When asked to say his name outright to Mehmet Oz's audience, the former child actor did not want to state it explicitly.
"I don't have legal representation yet," said Feldman.
Feldman has said in previous interviews that he was "literally surrounded" by pedophiles as a child star. He vows to air out all of his alleged predators, and earlier he named his former assistant and actor Jon Grissom.
"I vow that I will release every single name that I have knowledge of, period,” Feldman stated early November. “And nobody's going to stop this."
[Photo: Getty Images]
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