Was Michael Jackson Framed For Child Abuse To Cover Up Another Crime?

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Was Michael Jackson framed for child abuse

Corey Feldman might have the answers.

Was Michael Jackson framed for child abuse to cover up another crime? At the 2018 Golden Globes no one could argue that rape culture and the sexual abuse of men in power in Hollywood was impossible to ignore. 

From Oprah to Natalie Portman, every one seemed to understand that this was a watershed moment for our culture, and they were determined to do their part to make sure that the voices of the abused were heard.

However, for all the good the departure from fashion and frivolity was, the complexity and enormity of the problem was swept under the rug. 

Oprah's speech was flawless and important, but the fact that survivors like Mira Sorvino, Asia Argento, and Corey Feldman weren't even there to hear it is indicative of just how deeply rooted this problem is in Hollywood and the world. 

Corey Feldman has made it his personal crusade to expose the ring of elite pedophiles who he believes present the most danger to potential victims. He refuses to be silenced, and with every new bit of information he shares it becomes clear that the plan to cover up and conceal the real villains of these Hollywood horror stories has been epic and far-reaching, including the potential framing of Michael Jackson for the allegations made against him about inappropriate conduct with children . 

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1. Corey Feldman names his accuser.

In November of 2017 Corey Feldman appeared on the Dr. Oz show and named actor Jon Grissom as the man who had sexually molested him for a period of 16 years. 

In December of that year, Corey returned to the Dr. Oz show with audio recordings made in 1993 of him naming Grissom as his assailant in a report made to the Santa Barbara police. 

No interviews of Grissom were made at that time regarding Feldman's accusations. 

2. This isn't the first person he's named.

Prior to naming Grissom, Feldman made accusations against child talent manager Marty Weiss, 54.

In 2012, Weiss was sentenced on charges of child molestation. He served just six months in jail, though he did have to sign onto the sex offenders registry. 

In an interview with Megyn Kelly in November of 2017, Feldman said that Weiss molested him when he was a young actor in the 1980s.

He refutes the claims of abuse against Feldman saying simply "it was not me". 

3. Who Is Jon Grissom?

Grissom appeared in two Feldman's pictures: License to Drive (1988) and Dream a Little Dream (1989). 

Prior to being named outright, Corey assigned him a pseudonym, Ron Crimson, in his autobiography. 

Grissom's MySpace is still active believe it or not, and it contains several near nudes of the 48-year-old, and several snaps of him actually embracing Corey Feldman.

Speaking about these images to Dr. Oz, Feldman said "This guy on his My Space page and his Facebook page has got pictures of me and Corey Haim. He still taunts it and flaunts it."

4. The framing of Michael Jackson

Feldman purports to have gone to the police to tell his story in the hopes of finding justice. He quickly came to another conclusion about their intentions. 

Speaking about his battle to have the truth known, Feldman told Dr. Oz, "They were trying to frame Michael Jackson and bury the Corey Feldman story. I've spent my entire life fighting this battle. No one was listening then. No one is listening now. [The] LAPD is still not investigating it."

Feldman has always been adamant that his relationship with Jackson was never inappropriate, but did admit in 2005 that the accusations made against the star did cause him to reevaulate their friendship. 

"I'm here to say I hope and I pray that these things never happened, and if they never happened, then there's some real sickness with a lot of people. But if they did happen, then there's a lot of sickness with one person. And that person needs to be punished", said Feldman about Jackson to interviewer Martin Bashir. 

While Feldman does not believe Jackson ever harmed him, he did share a disturbing story with Bashir. 

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"We went to his apartment, and I noticed a book that he had out on his coffee table. The book contained pictures of grown men and women naked. And the book was focused on venereal diseases and the genitalia. I was kind of grossed out by it. I didn't think of it as a big deal. And for all these years, I probably never thought twice about it. But in light of recent evidence, I have to say that if my son was 14 years old, 13 years old and went to a man's apartment that was 35, and I knew that they were sitting down together talking about this, I would probably beat his ass."

5. The missing 1993 tapes

Initially the Santa Barbara Police Department, responsible for the Jackson investigation in the 90s, claimed that they had lost the tapes including Feldman from the Michael Jackson investigation in 1993.

However, days before Corey appeared in December on Doctor Oz, they issued an email saying that the tapes had been recovered and transferred to the LAPD for investigation.

The tapes had actually been recovered by Harvey Levin, TMZ giant and executive producer of Celebrity Justice, who handed them over to the proper authorities. 

Coincidentally, Corey claims to have found his own copies of the 1993 tapes among his personal effects the day before his interview with Doctor Oz and a day before he learned that the Santa Barbara police had found their copies and handed them over to the LAPD.

6. The Reason Corey's Fighting

According to Feldman, when he asked Haim why he didn't go public with the information himself, Haim is alleged to have said, "Because he'll kill me. He'll kill me." 

Feldman believes that pedophilia is an epidemic in Hollywood. "Parents should be shaking," he has said. "I don't have my kids in this industry, what does that tell you?" 

In his December appearance on Dr. Oz when asked if he felt vindication now that the tapes had emerged. Feldman's response was a somber one: “Not yet. Vindication will come when my best friend’s (Corey Haim) perpetrators are behind bars, my perpetrators are behind bars,” said Feldman.

7. Corey's Next Steps

After naming Weiss and Grissom, Corey claims that he now has names of other men in Hollywood who are part of this ring of pedophiles, including the names of those who molested the late Haim. 

Feldman wants to raise $1 million through crowdfunding for his "truth campaign." He wants to use that money he raises to make feature film that would exposes other alleged abusers in Hollywood. 

"The bottom line is, I'm not an accuser," said Corey. "I am a victim and a survivor. I have done what I have done to try to help other people, it's true. But at the end of the day, I'm a producer of a movie."

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8. Corey promises more soon.

Thanks to the #MeToo movement, and the Time's Up movement taking the forefront even at events like the Golden Gloves, Corey's story might finally get the investigation  that's due.

While the LAPD is currently not commenting on the status of Corey's case, that did not stop the actor from taking to Periscope yesterday and reminding people how much more work needs to be done in order the seedy underbelly of Hollywood's elite abusers to come crashing down. 

In fact, while the promotion of the fight has been good, the hypocrisy of Hollywood cannot be ignored. Apparently Feldman was not even invited to attend the awards. 

Rebecca Jane Stokes is a writer who lives in Brooklyn, NY with her two cats, Batman and Margo and usually a pint of ice cream, but never the same pint. You can find her writing here, there, and also on Twitter.