When Corey Feldman Tried to Warn on Predators in Hollywood He Was Scolded

After Harvey Weinstein was accused of numerous cases of sexual abuse and predatory behavior, several actors and actresses have revealed that abuse is rampant in Hollywood, and admitted that they’ve been victims too.

Many have suffered in silence for decades, but some, like former child actor Corey Feldman, have been trying to bring attention to the darker side of Hollywood for years.

Feldman, who starred in 1980’s hits like “The Goonies” and “The Lost Boys,” has talked in depth about the abuse he and his friends suffered at the hands of adults in the entertainment industry.

In 1993, Feldman went to the police with the names of his abusers, but nothing was done, and he appeared on “The View” in 2013 to discuss sexual abuse in Hollywood, but was scolded by Barbara Walters.

Recently, Feldman tweeted a video clip from his appearance on “The View,” which includes Barbara Walters scoffing at his claims, and telling him “You’re damaging an entire industry!”

It’s sad to see the liberal mainstream media apparently wanted to protect predators like Weinstein until they simply could not credibly do so anymore.

When you see on the news how single-mindedly Hollywood is their misplaced vicious hatred for President Trump, and their feigning moral outrage at his every offhand remark, never forget their tremendous hypocrisy.