In August 2011, former child star Corey Feldman told ABC’s Nightline in an interview that Hollywood’s number-one problem and big secret “was and is and always will be pedophilia.”
“It’s something that will be addressed in my inner soul for the rest of my life, and it’s something that truly affects me,” Feldman told GQ magazine.
In April of this year, Michael Egan III alleged that he was one of several underage boys who were sexually abused in a Hollywood sex ring in the 1990s. According to the Los Angeles Times, Egan filed a federal lawsuit accusing movie director Bryan Singer “of drugging and raping him in 1999 when he was 17 years old.
“Hollywood has a problem with the sexual exploitation of children,” said Jeffrey Herman, Egan’s lawyer
Egan claims that Singer forcibly sodomized him, and that the openly homosexual director of the X-Men action films attended sex parties in Encino, California, at the estate of Marc Collins-Rector, a digital entertainment company executive who Egan claims lured him into the sex ring with promises of auditions for acting, modeling, and commercial jobs.
According to Egan, Collins-Rector was surrounded by a large network of homosexual pedophiles, and that he repeatedly threatened Egan saying that “We control Hollywood and we will eliminate you.”
In 2004 Collins-Rector was convicted of transporting five minors across state lines to engage in sexual activities. He pleaded guilty to eight charges of child enticement and is now a registered sex offender.
Compared with the numerous stories of sexual abuse allegations against Catholic priests, the broadcast and cable news networks have been virtually silent when it comes to reporting Egan’s claims of rampant child molestation in the entertainment industry. To their credit, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, and USA Today did publish brief reports on the filing, but the Washington Post ignored the lawsuit.
It looks like the major media have embraced the “what happens in Hollywood, stays in Hollywood” mentality when it involves the existing subculture of pedophilia in Hollywood. For homosexual directors and other adults in the entertainment industry, sexually exploiting and abusing underage boys is after all a counter-cultural virtue.
And what’s even more appalling is that Americans care more about seeing the latest X-Men film than they care whether or not the horrific criminal allegations against its director are true.
Karl Marx got it all wrong; it’s entertainment, not religion that is the opiate of the masses. Well, it is in the United States anyway.
Corey Feldman and Michael Egan III Accuse Hollywood of Child Sex Abuse
This 3:53 youtube video features clips of whistleblowers Corey Feldman and Michael Egan III alleging that homosexuals in the entertainment industry have been sexually exploiting and abusing underage boys.