On Thursday, Corey Feldman named an alleged abuser on an episode of Dr. Oz. Feldman named said he was sexually assaulted when he was a teenager by actor John Grissom who was in 1988's "License to Drive" and 1989's "Dream a Little Dream" with Feldman and Corey Haim. According to Grissom’s IMDb page, these were the only films in which the actor ever appeared. Grissom has not made a statement and it appears his social media pages have been deleted.
As reported by the Hollywood Reporter, Feldman disclosed additional names of alleged abusers to Dr. Oz off-air. In regards to Grissom, Feldman called the LAPD to file a report against the actor on-air on the talk show. According to show, Grissom was arrested for child molestation in 2001 and found guilty in 2003. He allegedly spent some time in prison but it's not clear how much. Feldman also said on the show that Grissom’s social media pages were recently ridden with photos of him posing with Feldman and Haim.
Feldman said he was assaulted at age 13 or 14.
According to USA Today, Los Angeles Police Department Officer Drake Madison said no report has been filed yet. However, they did say the department is aware of the episode.
Feldman spoken about pedophile rings in Hollywood earlier this week on NBC's Today. The former child star launched a $10 million fundraising campaign for a "feature film" on the subject last week.
"I vow that I will release every single name that I have knowledge of, period,” Feldman stated on Monday. “And nobody's going to stop this."
In a 2011 interview with the Daily Mail, Feldman said he was "literally surrounded" by pedophiles as a child star.
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