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Corey Feldman names 2nd alleged sexual abuser on 'The Dr. Oz Show'

Corey Feldman names 2nd alleged sexual abuser on 'The Dr. Oz Show'

Monday, Corey Feldman appeared on the Dr. Oz show where he was presented with a photo of a man who Dr. Oz said matched some of the previous statements Feldman had made about one of his abusers.

The former child star has opened up to U.S. TV personality Dr. Mehmet Oz about his alleged abusers, revealing he gave the Santa Barbara police department in California the names of his molesters back in 1993, but his claims were brushed aside.

In an October interview with Matt Lauer, Feldman hinted that nefarious things were going on with the owner of a "teenage soda pop club", but he did not name Hoffman.

Corey (pictured here last month) reveals Alphy Hoffman was his second alleged sexual abuser when he was a child.

Feldman described his first bad experience with Hoffman.

Feldman said he met Hoffman when he was 12 years old. "I'd heard rumors he threw the coolest parties in town and he was well connected".

"When you got an invite to go to Bobby Hoffman's private party - this was a very big thing". I don't know what I was given at that time, but I know that I was really out of it.

The Stand By Me actor alleged that the parties took a dark turn. "Interestingly, that's where I met the guy that ended up molesting Haim". They were there hanging out together at these parties.

Feldman said in a lengthy online post Wednesday that he is grateful to the women who came forward with sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein because the story has resurrected interest in Feldman's own reports of abuse.

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"And when I woke up, there was a porn on again".

"You know, the first few times I went it was fairly innocent", he explained. And we went to the bedroom, and I was kind of passing in and out of it, and then it was like he started doing the same things to me that John (Grissom) had done.

"I kind of woke up in the middle of it and I freaked out", Feldman said.

Feldman also alleged that Hoffman drugged him one time while he was at his home.

Haim spoke out about Hoffman in a 2004 interview, which was published in 2012 by Vice. When the abuse did begin, Feldman said he was left confused and frightened, especially because Hoffman often talked to him about dating and girls. I lost complete respect for Alphy Hoffman. "Alphy sucks! Point-f-king-blank", Haim told Vice.

He added, "He's a piece of s**t! A user. He had all of us and thought he was the s-t". He wants to make the movie without the help of a studio so he can avoid censorship, and says that he will use the donated money to ensure the film gets distributed to theatres for wide release. So far, the campaign has raised just over $236,615.

Global News has reached out to Hoffman and his representative.

Though Grissom has denied the allegations, and Hoffman hasn't been reached for comment, Dr. Oz's team reached out to almost two dozen people who attended Alphy's Soda Pop Club while in their teens.