The Los Angeles Police Department already closed their investigation into Corey Feldman’s claims of a Hollywood pedophile ring and the PIO exclusively told RadarOnline.com that Charlie Sheen is not under investigation after The National ENQUIRER’s bombshell report that he allegedly sexually assaulted a 13-year-old Corey Haim.
Feldman, 46, announced on Monday that he was meeting with the LAPD to share the names of the men he claimed were responsible for sexual assaults of young children, including his late friend Corey Haim, who died in 2010 at the age of 38.
“LAPD detectives are committed to protecting victims of sexual assault and will thoroughly investigate any reports of a sex related crime,” LAPD PIO Officer Sal Ramirez told Radar.
“In the case of Corey Feldman, unfortunately according to California law the alleged occurrence is out of statue and Robbery/Homicide detectives have no other avenues to pursue this case,” Ramirez said.
According to a bombshell report by The National ENQUIRER, Sheen, the 52-year-old disgraced HIV-positive actor, corrupted his much younger Lucas costar on set with drugs, then had anal sex with him. Sheen was 19 at the time, while Haim was barely a teenager.
“The LAPD is not currently investigating any claims against actor Charlie Sheen,” Ramirez told Radar.
“Haim told me he had sex with Sheen when they filmed Lucas,” Dominick Brascia, a former actor and a close friend of Haim, told The ENQUIRER. “He told me they smoked pot and had sex. He said they had anal sex. Haim said after it happened Sheen became very cold and rejected him. When Corey wanted to fool around again, Charlie was not interested.”
Feldman claimed that he tried to report allegations of sexual abuse of Haim and others in 1993 to Santa Barbara Police but they were only interested in discussing Michael Jackson, who was being investigated for sexually abusing under-aged boys.
“However, the LAPD applauds Mr. Feldman for coming forward as an out of statue assault report could potentially bolster any current and forthcoming case as it create a pattern of behavior,” Ramirez told Radar.
“The latest rash of sexual assault reports are particularly troubling, and the LAPD encourages and will gladly take a report from anyone who feels they may be a victim.”
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