Corey Feldman just named another alleged Hollywood pedophile. During an explosive tell-all with Dr. Oz, the actor accused Alphy Hoffman – whose real name is Alphy Rivas – as the club owner who molested him and other underage boys.
"He was the guy who ran Alphy's Soda Pop Club. I met him when I was twelve years old. He came to my house to pick me up in his car. I had heard rumors that he threw the coolest parties in town and he was very connected," claimed Feldman on the show.
Soon he started attending the parties with his teenage friends, including Corey Haim. He alleged that Hoffman would befriend the kids and gain their trust before sexually abusing them.
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"Those parties were relatively kid friendly. Interestingly, that's where I met the guy that ended up molesting Haim. There were a bunch of these guys. They were there hanging out together at these parties. And the thing is, there weren't a lot of parents at the party. Because he would pick them up and he would become friends with all these kids," Feldman said.
Feldman told Dr. Oz that he and Hoffman became very close before the alleged molestation. He would pick him up in his car and talk to him about dating and women. He also began showing him porn before making a move on him. The actor stated that he was extremely frightened and confused when the assault occurred.
The show host's team reached out to various other stars who attended Alphy's Soda Pop Club in their teens. Many of them described Hoffman as having "groomed" them into trusting him before he made his sexual advances on them. They also called him "creepy", and "pedophile."
Feldman claimed that the abuse began when he allegedly got drugged by Hoffman in his home.
The former club owner has yet to speak out on the incident.
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