Corey Feldman’s Truth Campaign ended on December 24, 2017, but that hasn’t stopped people from donating to his GoFundMe account and supporting his cause. Feldman launched the Truth Campaign on October 24, 2017, after attention from the Harvey Weinstein scandal prompted people to ask the child actor to speak out on sexual abuse in Hollywood. Feldman has repeatedly stated that Hollywood is a dangerous place for children and teens but it was the Truth Campaign that brought the most direct statements from the actor. Corey Feldman has revealed the names of three alleged sexual predators who operated in Hollywood during his career: Martin “Marty” Weiss, Jon Grissom, and Alphy Hoffman.
Though Corey Feldman has stepped away from social media to spend time with his wife and son over the holidays, his supporters are still going strong as they prepare for the next phase of the campaign.
Feldman had originally planned to raise $10 million for his campaign. He wanted $1 million for making the movie Coreyography and the rest of the money was to be used for legal expenses, preparing and mailing campaign perks, and the cost of armed security for two years.
The IndieGoGo raised $273,151 out of the $1 million goals.
While supporters can no longer donate to the IndieGoGo, the GoFundMe raised $450 on Christmas day.
As people continue to donate through the GoFundMe, many have asked what is next for Corey Feldman. According to his last tweets, he has vowed not to give up and is considering additional ways to raise the funds needed to make his movie, provide security for two years, and have the legal team needed to ensure he is protected when naming alleged pedophiles in his film.
Though Feldman conceded, he vowed to continue fighting and said he wouldn’t quit.
BUT ALTHOUGH I MUST ADMIT DEFEAT IN AMASSING THE AMOUNT NEEDED, I DONT FEEL 1 BIT OF IT WAS A WASTE! IT JUST MEANS THAT THE CHALLENGE WILL B THAT MUCH HARDER, THE ROAD WILL B THAT MUCH LONGER, & THE PROCESS WILL TAKE MUCH MORE TIME! BUT ANY1 WHO KNOWS ME WILL TELL U, I NEVER QUIT
I ALSO PLAN ON WORKING MORE W @DrOz & @child_usa IN THE COMING YEAR, & I HAV ALSO BEEN ABLE 2 MAKE 2 DONATIONS 2 HELP THEIR CAUSE AS WELL. SO EVEN THOUGH I DID NOT SUCCEED W THIS CAMPAIGN, WE DID NOT FAIL, & WE WILL JUST HAVTA WORK HARDER 2 #PRESERVEINNOCENCE NEXT YEAR!
On January 6, 2018, at 8 p.m. ET/PT Lifetime will air the movie A Tale of Two Coreys. The movie, executively produced by Corey Feldman, will cover the years when Corey Feldman and Corey Haim were teen idols starring in a string of top movies making them superstars. The movie will cover some of the sexual abuse they endured.
According to Feldman, he supervised the script and Corey Haim’s interviews were used for accuracy. Corey Haim passed away on March 10, 2010.